10 best films of extreme travel
• 10 best films about extreme travel
What are the movies and literature? To give us the knowledge of the areas where we have enough experience. If you have never found themselves in a truly wilderness, it is possible that at first should observe extreme travel movie heroes. Especially as many of the following films based on real events. Here is the top 10 Outdoor movies after watching that, hopefully, you will become a little more willing to wild conditions.
The Way (2010)
The film is about a father disappointed in life by Martin Sheen and his campaign-soul-searching along the famous pilgrim route El Camino de Santiago (Way of St. James) in Spain.
Touching the Void (2003)
Duhopodemnaya film adaptation of the memoirs of the famous British climber Joe Simpson - perhaps the best documentaries about mountain climbing.
180 ° South (2010)
If it is a modern journey through Patagonia (South America, located to the south of the Rio Colorado river in Argentina and Bio Bio in Chile) from Doug Tompkins and Yvon Chuinarda who committed it in 1968, you do not inspire, then you simply do not have the heart.
Into the Wild (2007)
Perfectly orchestrated the famous film adaptation of Jon Krakauer's novel with a great game Emile Hirsch and very atmospheric soundtrack by Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam.
Grizzly Man (2005)
The life and death of Timothy Treadwell, an enthusiast, devoted his life to the study of grizzly bears. This picture of the famous Werner Herzog is as beautiful as it is full of suffering.
On the Edge (1997)
Another drama featuring a grizzly bear, but this time in the company of Alec Baldwin and Anthony Hopkins to fight not only with him but also with each other.
The classic film about survival, telling the story of the Uruguayan rugby team, all the forces trying to get out of the wilderness after the crash.
127 Hours (2010)
In this terrifying and exciting at the same time the film adaptation of the memoirs of climber Aron Ralston (the one who had to cut off his hand in one of the canyons) James Franco played perhaps his best role.
Jeremiah Johnson (1972)
Robert Redford - the quintessence of the man in the mountains.
The Lord of the Rings: The Trilogy (2001-3)
Do not be surprised. Samwise Gamgee and Frodo Baggins - real mother travelers. Travelers, who, however, have to fight with orcs, giant spiders and various other vermin.