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2017, France, 53min

Director: Jean-Michel Jorda

Best Mountaineering Film BMFF 2018


On Mount Everest, way beyond what it is renowned for, there is a tragic environmental and human reality. Said tragedy starts at 8,848 metres above sea level and ends among the open rubbish dumps of Kathmandu, the most polluted city on the planet Earth. Where does the difference between Alpinism and tourism lie? What consequences does this situation entail?