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THE RESCUE - a National Geographic documentary

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--- Quote from: PeteHall on September 05, 2021, 09:02:18 pm ---If all the underwater clips they showed were from the same cave in the same conditions, it wouldn't make for good watching!

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Fair point!

Adventure Journal has an interview with the film-makers Chai Vasarhelyi and her husband Jimmy Chin as well as Rick Stanton: https://www.adventure-journal.com/2021/10/filmmakers-chai-vasarhelyi-and-jimmy-chin-featured-on-nprs-fresh-air/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+adventure-journal+%28adventure+journal%29

Steve Clark:
Watched it tonight. An excellent bit of story telling. Ticked a lot of boxes for me

Slash Film - A harrowing, captivating, wonderful documentary that perhaps surpasses "Free Solo," at least in terms of emotion. [Made by same people]

RogerEbert.com - It unfolds with stunning precision, letting the people who were there tell the story, and never softening their unique personalities.

You can see where in country it is showing again (furthest SW is currently Bristol): https://www.flicks.co.uk/movie/the-rescue-2021/

Martin Wright:
Saw this last night in Milton Keynes. Despite the fact that I (and the whole world!) already knew the ending, it was captivating viewing and the story was told with great sensitivity and attention to detail. Highly recommended.


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