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In 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton left Britain and set sail for Antarctica on the aptly named Endurance. Before reaching dry land, the Endurance got stuck in pack ice and Shackleton and his 27-strong crew had no choice but to abandon ship. For nearly two years they trekked across ice and travelled 800 miles in a rowing boat, surviving weather so severe it was should have killed them all. Pioneering cameraman Frank Hurley, who was part of Shackleton's crew, captured these wretched experience so vividly that you get relatively close to understanding the living hell these men underwent.
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Documentary about the research project that first revealed evidence of global warming and the scientist who made it his life’s work to uncover it.
14+ years 89 mins
Dramatic combination of documentary and historical re-enactment about a treacherous Andes mountain climb by two Brits, in South America.
14+ years 102 mins
Film retracing the perilous journey of Robert Falcon Scott, the British explorer who set out in 1910 to become the first man to reach the South Pole.
14+ years 105 mins
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