PG-13 | | Adventure, Biography, Drama
True story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama at the time of China's takeover of Tibet.
Why must you be this way? Why, why is there always a problem? It's a good question. Do you want to go home? Do you want to turn around?
Ingrid Harrer: Yes.
Heinrich Harrer: Would that make... It's the Himalayas! How long have I been talking about the Himalayas? How long?
When Harrer demonstrates abseiling (rappelling) in Lhasa, he uses a modern figure of eight abseiling device. In those days one used the "Dülfer" method or the "Karabiner-sitz" method.
As the end credits roll, a view of the mountains of Tibet is seen.
English, German, Mandarin, Tibetan, Hindi
$10,066,508 (USA) (12 October 1997)
7 December 2017 3:57 AM, -05:00
The Guardian - Film News
50 Shades of Grey to Brokeback Mountain: are these really the most boring films ever?
15 August 2017 12:35 PM, -05:00
Grey's Anatomy Vet Patrick Dempsey to Make TV Return in Epix Drama The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair
Dive deep into everything about the 2018 Oscars, superhero movies and TV series, IMDb Picks, and more.