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(163) 5.6 105 min 2018

A team of Ultra-marathon runners journey to Bhutan to set a speed record on the world's hardest trek. But Bhutan's Himalayan landscape isn't welcoming to athletes not used to the conditions, and it's inhabitants must be persuaded to let the runners pursue their dream. The result is a shared accomplishment and an adventure that constantly teeters on the edge of total failure.

Benjamin Clark

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Monday, 26 Oct 2020 13:34

As a Russian born and raised in Canada, I can honestly say that I can relate to this film more than any other film I have ever seen. The topic of the genocide in the former Yugoslavia is something that I have never thought about but I can tell you it is a topic that is very close to my heart. I was born in the former Yugoslavia and know that my entire family was killed. When I was a child my mother and father were taken from us and killed along with their entire family. I watched this film and I realized that my parents were not only killed, but also burned alive. It was in a very dark part of Yugoslavia. I don't know what was the intention of this film but it made me realize that this topic is very close to my heart. I can relate to many of the stories in this film and I think that if anyone knows the history of this genocide they can appreciate this film. I really wish that this film would have been released before it was destroyed in the war in Bosnia. I believe that the movie should have been released before the movie. It is very important that the public hear this story. I think that this film will be released on the big screen soon. I hope that this film will be released in America and I can tell you that it will be released in theaters. I am sure that the audience will be blown away by this film. It is a very powerful story. It is hard to find a film like this that will make you cry. I think that the story of the genocide in the former Yugoslavia should be shown in every school in America. I hope that this film is released and I hope that there will be a worldwide release of this film.
Wednesday, 09 Sep 2020 07:48

I watched this movie over night. I had never heard of Bhutan, so I had to watch it. It was a great movie, I wish I could do more. This movie is an introduction to Bhutan and its people. It shows the people of Bhutan in the country they live in. It also shows the country in the pictures and the way they travel. It shows how important it is for Bhutan to be independent and live in peace. It shows how much support Bhutan has in the world and how they strive to remain independent. It also shows how much love and effort Bhutan has to offer to the world. I really like the way they showed how this country is so different from what people would think of, and how the people feel. They really put the Bhutanese people and culture in the spotlight. It shows that this country is a unique culture that has unique people. They show the culture that Bhutanese people have, and the culture of the people they encounter, from beggars to the Dalai Lama. It also shows the culture of the people who live in Bhutan and how they practice Buddhism. It shows how many traditions that are common to Bhutan are different from those in the rest of the world. It shows how people are very loyal to their culture, and how this makes it so special. It also shows the different traditions in Bhutan, from the culture of the beggars to the culture of the Dalai Lama. It shows how much Bhutan needs international help, and how the international help is needed. I really loved this movie, and I recommend this movie to everyone, even if you aren't Bhutanese. I also love how the movie shows Bhutanese culture, and how Bhutanese people feel about their culture. It shows that Bhutan is unique and has a unique culture. I really love this movie, and I hope it is shown more, to help the world more understand what it is like to live in Bhutan.

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