127 Hours

127 Hours
127 Hours

Year

2010

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Based on a true story

Language

English

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Synopsis

Making an action film about a guy who can't move is a tough challenge - but Brit director Danny Boyle uses all the technical and creative tricks in his arsenal to ensure this film is never less than gripping. The guy in question is real-life mountain climber and thrill junkie Aron Ralston, whose arm is trapped by a fallen boulder in an isolated Utah desert canyon. Over the next five days, slowly dying of starvation and with only a blunt pocket knife, some climbing ropes and 300 ml of water to draw on, he resorts to desperate measures to survive, while looking back over the mistakes of his life.

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15 Classification

This film conatins strong language and one scene of strong gory injury.

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