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Plot: Reaching 29,029 feet, Mount Everest has long captivated mountaineers of all stripes. But a peak that draws athletes and mountaineers to new heights isn’t without danger — or a dark side. Perhaps the peak’s greatest mystery is the missing body of Andrew “Sandy” Irvine who disappeared alongside George Leigh Mallory in 1924 just 800 vertical feet from the summit. In Lost on Everest, we follow along as a team of elite climbers with new intel on the location of his missing body set out to solve what may be mountaineering’s great mystery. Along with the body, the team hopes to find Irvine’s camera and the footage that could rewrite history.
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Gripping stuff, beautiful cinematography
Have long been intrigued by the mystery of Mallory and Irvine. I love basically everything about Everest, and have since I was a kid. This National Geographic documentary is no exception!
Some spectacular cinematography and footage of Everest. Viewers are made to feel like they’re part of the adventure and expedition. The conditions and danger of Everest are captured well.
Numerous moments made me go “whoah”. Full credit to all the guys for the risks taken. It just got slightly frustrating towards the end. For a film that is basically all about Mallory and Irvine, and looking to solve the mystery, it then descends into a usual ‘lets summit Everest’ documentary.
The actual search for Irvine’s body seemed to take a real backseat towards the end – just seemingly tacked on. But still, this was a great documentary for Everest buffs and those into unsolved mysteries. National Geographic have been putting out some excellent climbing films recently.
Rating of pictures about climbing Everest automatically starts from 5, simply the view is gripping enough. But as a documentary, the story is not new, shooting is not any special, does not shed any new light.
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Director Renan Ozturk, Drew Pulley
Actors Renan Ozturk, Thom Pollard, Mark Synnott
Country United States
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