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Beyond Gravity (2000)

TV-G | | Sport | Video January 2000
World Class Climbers from all disciplines of modern climbing, photographed in Austrailia, Canada, Greenland, and the US.
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Greg Child ... Himself - Narrator
Sean Isaac ... Himself - Mixed Climber
Jim Gudjonson ... Himself - Mixed Climber
Abby Watkins ... Herself - Mixed Climber
Katie Brown ... Herself - Sport Climber
Scott Brown ... Himself - Katie's Brother
Rich Prohaska ... Himself - Big Wall Climber
Jia Condon ... Himself - Big Wall Climber
Adam Diamond ... Himself - Aid Climber
Conny Amelunxen ... Himself - Aid Climber
Barry Blanchard ... Himself - Alpine Climber
Joe Josephson ... Himself - Alpine Climber
Steve House ... Himself - Alpine Climber
Lynn Hill ... Herself - Free Climber
Nancy Feagin ... Herself - Free Climber
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World Class Climbers from all disciplines of modern climbing, photographed in Austrailia, Canada, Greenland, and the US.

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Beautiful and Informative
15 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

My opinion of this movie may be somewhat biased because I am an avid rock climber, but I think this movie is a great for those who are interested in finding out about what climbing is and have not actually done it themselves. I say this because, a lot of climbing movies out there are mostly sport types of videos that mostly can be enjoyed by people who understand what is that they are watching. I also think this is a great movie for those who already climb. For this movie has some of the most dramatic cinematography that has ever been done in a climbing movie genre. Mainly due to the fact that so many climbing movies are very low budget. Finally, although this movie doesn't cover everything that climbing is about, for the time span it does a wonderful job of showing what climbing is all about.


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