Mountain Documentary By Jen Peedom
The Great Outdoors|January 2018

Mountain Documentary By Jen Peedom

Chris Townsend

MOUNTAIN IS A SPECTACULAR NEW FILM by Jen Peedom, best-known for her 2015 documentary Sherpa. For mountain lovers it’s a visual delight, packed with dramatic, awe-inspiring and beautiful images from mountain ranges all over the world. The photography is tremendous, much of it aerial with the camera zooming in from wide ranks of jagged peaks to details of cornices and cliffs. Tiny figures, little dots showing the immensity of the mountains, become identifiable people edging along knife-edge arêtes or up sheer rock faces.

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