Touching the Void (2003) Full HD Documentary Film

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The true story of two climbers and their perilous journey up the west face of Siula Grande in the Peruvian Andes in 1985. Simpson and Yates reach the summit of .Touching the Void is a 2003 documentary based on the book of the same name by Joe Simpson about Simpson's and Simon Yates' disastrous and near fatal .Subscribe to TRAILERS: Subscribe to COMING SOON: Subscribe to CLASSIC TRAILERS: Like us on .The story of Joe Simpson and Simon Yates' return to the mountain of Siula Grande for the making of the film 'Touching The Void'. For full Everest and other .



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72 Virgin Goats
thank the brown girl in the ring for your life Simon
Ananth Narayanan
its not the leg... its his giant balls that made it so hard to come down
Bella
how did the cameraman get there? Was there one cameraman or two or was it a dramatisation?
Bill Goose
Respect is all I can think!!! I think I would have killed myself in his position.
Caroline Ullrich
? Turned it to to another one and heard it just fine. other videos I'm hearing find this I don't know?
FIERYSLAYERX
58:22 should be the front cover of the movie
Henry Spence
Anyone who knows anything about climbing knows Simon was wrong to cut the rope. There are several courses of action he could have taken here that wouldn't involve Joe's death. This was an extremely irresponsible decision and a malicious act that almost had grave consequences. He should be behind bars, for my money.
JD
Boney M brown, girl in the ring tra la la la la la,....the tenacity of the human spirit! Respect to Joe Simpson
Justin Friedeck
THE POINT OF NO RETURN
Kurt Cobain
Who else laughed?
Leo Pickles
If Joe survived the fall into the crevasse then surely Simon would of as well, and then Simon could've helped Joe get to base camp. Obviously he didn't know what was beneath them and tbh I'd probably of cut the rope too.
Max
INCREDIBLE! JUST INCREDIBLE!
Murray Steel
For real did he say he could smell the water in snow?
Noel Razo
thats kinda rude how he cuts the rope so he can make it so selfish
Ranu Garg
Phenomenal account. Specially Joe was so lucky and persistent for his odds.
Rowan Sheppard
I remember when I started getting into rock climbing my friend told me about this. Now after having ahout 5 years of climbing experience i completely understand why simon cut the rope.\n\nJoe must have some strong determination.
Saran Satyal
how did he got his hand globe back?
ThirstierSugar
waa!
Unomelody1
Who’s here from school
ZIYE PAN
like, if you watch this film in 2018.
alexander2007xyz
The song at 17:57 pls \u003c3
ctdvargas
This type of shit only happens to white people! LOL \nI mean its an amazing story but can there be a more dangerous undertaking than climbing the Andes basically alone and with minimal equipment?
ilikethisnamebetter
I cannot understand why anyone (especially mountaineers) would think that Simon did something wrong in cutting the rope. If you watch the film (and presumably, exactly the same information is available in Joe's book) it's apparent that both of them would soon have died if Simon had not cut the rope when he did. By cutting the rope, Simon was able to save himself and (because of his incredible determination) Joe managed to survive too. [Edit - A bit annoying, on second watching, that the two actors used to portray Joe and Simon have the wrong (faint Northern Irish and obviously Welsh) accents.]
infinite potential of the fallen one
Absolutely BRILLIANT! Thanks for uploading... haven't watched this since I was a kid.. I remembered I'd seen a film like this and have been searching for it and finally found it.. YEARS later haha...
oziloo gaming
School brought me here...