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EVEREST UNMASKED

UK, 1979 (MIFF 1979)

Director: Aled Vaughan

Everest has been climbed a number of times in the past but always with artificial oxygen. In May of last year, two climbers" dreams were fulfilled. They successfully climed to the highest point on earth without oxygen. This film records that first momentous ascent.

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