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Ruth Gilligan 41m
3 years ago we were in Yosemite getting engaged so last night we watched and my palms still haven't stopped sweating... (since the film, that is, not the marriage... mostly...) 🧗‍♂️👋😬
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Matthew Gilbert Apr 19
is an incredible piece of filmmaking, not what you'd call a relaxing film though! Intense, gripping and fascinating with added clammy palms for good measure, just as predicted by .
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Samuel Apr 20
Watching again. So insane!!
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Tux P. McNelly Apr 20
but you're hungover
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matt kocaj 18m
is a great film btw! Biggest takeaway - the continuum on which exists "happiness" and "performance" at seemingly opposite ends.
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William Edmiston Apr 19
Just watched free solo and my heart was in my mouth. I'm knackered after a Munro and he's doing a munros night straight up. Incredible! A really good watch.
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Mary Beth Westerman 11h
15hr 40 min to Auckland on ...Glad arrived just in time, but I suspect will win out...
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K Apr 20
Saw . Wow! what a great docu-movie. And as thrilling as being in a roller coaster in parts. Though, as a disciple of probability-God, and with amygdala quite intact, I would never even go close to an activity which is even 1000 times less risky than it. 1/2.
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Cole Watts🎩 14h
=Good movie. 👍👍👍
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Brad Gust 10h
Just finished watching on . Holy crap, I don't think I breathed during the entire final climb, and watched most of it between my fingers with my hands pressed on my face.
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عادل سلیم Apr 20
Replying to @sha_ji1 @AnxietyPath
Dude. Check out ... This is not done for money. This is what some people live for.
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GemmaTognini Apr 6
I am watching and losing my mind.
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Kelsey Campbell 10h
Watching on my flight to Houston. Wow. Absolutely just wow
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