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Descent 2020 123movies

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There is a deeper peace beyond fear.Jun. 10, 202060 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Kiki Bosch is a professional Dutch ice freediver. She dives into the world’s most freezing waters on a single breath and without a wetsuit, from the iceberg fjords of Greenland to the frozen lakes of Finland. Kiki discovered the healing effect of cold water immersion after experiencing the debilitating trauma of being raped. She has pushed her physical and psychological limits to overcome her scars and break boundaries that most people can barely imagine. She now travels across the world and inspires others to harness the power of the cold for their own healing.
Plot: Dutch ice freediver Kiki Bosch swims in the world’s coldest waters without a wetsuit as therapy for a trauma she experienced, and to inspire others.
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Inspirational and breathtaking – intoscreens.com
Screened at Melbourne Documentary Film Festival 2020

Kiki Bosch is a professional ice freediver from the Netherlands; she dives into the coldest waters on the planet on one breath without a wetsuit, from the iceberg fjords of Greenland to the frozen lakes of Finland. Sounds cool, but Nays Baghai’s documentary starts of with a trigger warning – viewer discretion is advised. After all, ice freediving is a very dangerous extreme sport that is not to be performed alone under any circumstances.

“Why would you risk your life doing something so crazy?”. Kiki knows this is the question on many lips when people find out what it is she does. As she goes on, “it’s all about accepting the pain of the cold and resisting the urge to breathe, so you don’t panic.” This is exactly what made her overcome depression, trauma and self doubt, after being sexually assaulted by someone she trusted, as she recalls in an emotional confession. Kiki always loved the water, as we see via reenactments of her memories, explaining how her passion for swimming and nature came to be.

Ever since she discovered the joys of cold water freediving and overcame her scars, Kiki has travelled far and wide, not only to push her physical and psychological limits, but also to inspire others to harness the power of the cold in similar ways. Retelling her own story, we get to see footage shot by friends and crew, switching to neuroscientists and instructors who explain exactly what goes through your mind, and what the dangers of this extreme sport are. After a video of her ice freediving between the North American and European tectonic plates in Iceland without any protective gear, went viral, she knew her life would never be the same again. For Kiki, the cold has been therapeutic or as she likes to call it – “the pinnacle of mindfulness”. When she dives, she finds herself.

‘Descent’s underwater cinematography is simply breathtaking. From the icy waters underneath the icecaps of Greenland, to in between the enormous mountains of New Zealand’s Milford Sound, you’ve never seen these places like you do in this inspiring doco. The start of the third act is a very intense and haunting experience that keeps you on the edge of your seat by how scary this extreme sport can be and how there’s a totally different world underneath the water surface. How flawless the cinematography may be, the editing of Kiki’s scenes in which she talks about her eventful career is choppy and aggressive. You’d almost wish we could just stay underwater while we hear Kiki tell her story as the narrator of her own life.

‘Descent’ expands as soon as Kiki Bosch takes us underwater, like a guide descending into her own new world. An at times claustrophobic look at someone’s personal journey into the darkest depths of her mind, while finding her true self again to be free, once and for all.

Review By: eelen-seth Rating: 6 Date: 2020-06-16
Inspirational and breathtaking – intoscreens.com
Screened at Melbourne Documentary Film Festival 2020

Kiki Bosch is a professional ice freediver from the Netherlands; she dives into the coldest waters on the planet on one breath without a wetsuit, from the iceberg fjords of Greenland to the frozen lakes of Finland. Sounds cool, but Nays Baghai’s documentary starts of with a trigger warning – viewer discretion is advised. After all, ice freediving is a very dangerous extreme sport that is not to be performed alone under any circumstances.

“Why would you risk your life doing something so crazy?”. Kiki knows this is the question on many lips when people find out what it is she does. As she goes on, “it’s all about accepting the pain of the cold and resisting the urge to breathe, so you don’t panic.” This is exactly what made her overcome depression, trauma and self doubt, after being sexually assaulted by someone she trusted, as she recalls in an emotional confession. Kiki always loved the water, as we see via reenactments of her memories, explaining how her passion for swimming and nature came to be.

Ever since she discovered the joys of cold water freediving and overcame her scars, Kiki has travelled far and wide, not only to push her physical and psychological limits, but also to inspire others to harness the power of the cold in similar ways. Retelling her own story, we get to see footage shot by friends and crew, switching to neuroscientists and instructors who explain exactly what goes through your mind, and what the dangers of this extreme sport are. After a video of her ice freediving between the North American and European tectonic plates in Iceland without any protective gear, went viral, she knew her life would never be the same again. For Kiki, the cold has been therapeutic or as she likes to call it – “the pinnacle of mindfulness”. When she dives, she finds herself.

‘Descent’s underwater cinematography is simply breathtaking. From the icy waters underneath the icecaps of Greenland, to in between the enormous mountains of New Zealand’s Milford Sound, you’ve never seen these places like you do in this inspiring doco. The start of the third act is a very intense and haunting experience that keeps you on the edge of your seat by how scary this extreme sport can be and how there’s a totally different world underneath the water surface. How flawless the cinematography may be, the editing of Kiki’s scenes in which she talks about her eventful career is choppy and aggressive. You’d almost wish we could just stay underwater while we hear Kiki tell her story as the narrator of her own life.

‘Descent’ expands as soon as Kiki Bosch takes us underwater, like a guide descending into her own new world. An at times claustrophobic look at someone’s personal journey into the darkest depths of her mind, while finding her true self again to be free, once and for all.

Review By: eelen-seth Rating: 6 Date: 2020-06-16

Other Information:

Original Title Descent
Release Date 2020-06-10
Release Year 2020

Original Language en
Runtime N/A
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
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Genre Documentary, Adventure, Biography
Director Nays Baghai
Writer Nays Baghai
Actors Kiki Bosch, Stefan Andrews, Mikael Koski
Country Australia
Awards 1 win
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