I was incredibly lucky and got a chance to watch the movie Everest before its official release.
The first thing that I loved about this movie was the clear and extensive images. The images of Nepal and the Mount Everest were incredibly beautiful and graceful, yet scary and unreachable.
Everest is a movie, based on a real story about people who took on the challenge of the highest summit of Mount Everest. The movie begins with a scene where people say goodbye and promise they will come back soon to their family.
There is a character, named Rob. He is hired as a leader and a guide to the climber group who trains the climbers and leads them to succeed their extreme challenge. Every climber is special and memorable, yet still his role gives the most impact.
The movie shows not only climbing Mount Everest, but also a month of extreme training in the mountain. Until the end I couldn't solve the mystery of why they climbed the mountain, although it's worth a fortune. There is a scene that talks about it but the answer is "Because it is there." And "I have climbed six of seven, so I have to climb seventh." (I cannot remember the exact lines). For me, it is not enough reason to bet my life.
I cannot recall the exact line but there was a line that touched me. "We don't compete with people here. Only thing we have to compete is the beast (the Mount Everest)."
I highly recommend this movie, Everest and appreciate all the actors, producers and everyone involved in this masterwork! The official release date of Everest is 17th of September 2015.