Big Wall Challenge

Can he still climb with only three fingers? An expert Japanese climber challenges the world's most difficult cliff. Yasushi Yamanoi was the first climber ever to climb the treacherous K2 route alone and without oxygen. In 2002, Yamanoi was caught in a snow slide while climbing the Himalayan Gyachung Kang peak and lost ten of his fingers and toes. But after rehabilitation, he has come back to the mountains. This time he challenges a cliff over 1,000 meters in Greenland together with his wife and a friend, who are no strangers to the harsh demands of the challenge. Will they be able to make it to the top?
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Second Place "Silver Screen Award"
DOCUMENTARY: Recreation, Hobbies, Crafts
41st US International Video and Film Festival --Los Angels, U.S.A.