Scream of Stone

Based on an idea by Reinhold Messner about the first succesful attempt on Cerro Torre, a forbidding needle-like peak in Patagonia, Argentina. It only sporadically attains the ecstatic feel of a Herzog film, however the last 15 minutes feature truly jaw-dropping mountaineering and proved good enough to pick up the Golden Ostella at the Venice Film Festival. Donald Sutherland, Vittorio Mezzogiorno and Mathilda May star.

Year: 1991
Genre: Drama
Country: Germany
Director: Werner Herzog
Starring: Donald Sutherland, Mathilda May, Vittorio Mezzogiorno
Duration: 102 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains nudity
Location in store: Drama
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