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Follow Alex Honnold as he attempts to become the first person to ever free solo climb Yosemite's 3,000 foot high El Capitan wall. With no ropes or safety gear, this would arguably be the greatest feat in rock climbing history.
MPAA Rating PG-13
Release Date 2018-09-28
Runtime 100 minutes
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Princess shared a tip "On Hulu now! must watch"
sher_free shared a tip "⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"
siara_crager shared a tip "So good!!!! This movie is a must watch."
carolyn__8931 shared a tip "Rewatched. So glad I'm not the type of person who feels the need to do this sort of thing."
erin_hunter_4736 shared a tip "amazing even if you know nothing about climbing"
julianne_gombotz shared a tip "My hands were sweaty the whole time but I loved it."
damon_jorgensen shared a tip "Absolutely the best documentary of an individual effort ever."
roboandie shared a tip "Incredible filmmaking that keeps you on the edge of your seat the entire time, even though you know the ending! 🙌🏻"
justin_r_6996 shared a tip "Truly, the most intense documentary I've ever seen. Honnold climbs the sheer face of Yosemite without a rope to save him."
leo_poff shared a tip "Really interesting. Really terrifying."
sandra_ahola shared a tip "His character is what makes this documentary so fascinating. Also very suspenseful. Highly recommend."
someone_random_4457 shared a tip "It's so hard to choose, but I would probably say The Sound Of Music."
hev_angela shared a tip "best documentary I have ever seen"
livvy_oberrieth shared a tip "You won't want to look away but at the same time it's so hard to watch!"
mila_ebrahim shared a tip "Hes so weird. I love it."
reva_useh shared a tip "I was sad when it ended because I’ll never be able to experience it for the first time again."
lori_greeson shared a tip "Show it to your students! Perseverance!!"
serina_kurahashi shared a tip "A true testament to what the human mind and body can achieve with extreme dedication."
robin_rasmussen shared a tip "Edge of my seat, palms sweating the entire time. Breathtaking cinematography -- Jimmy Chin strikes again"