5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
If you have a big screen, watch this movie!,
This review is from: Into The Cold: A Journey of the Soul (DVD)
Into the Cold is bone-chilling. The real life brutal and dramatic adventure of two men trekking on foot for 400 freezing miles over the course of two months while dragging 200 lb sleds is a tale (and film) even Hollywood could not make up, let alone capture in high def. The explorers (Sebastian Copeland and Keith Heger) face and document challenges that only few men would even considered facing. Frostbite. Low food availability. -50 degrees and a melting ice terrain that is nothing short of incredibly dangerous. THAT is the story line.
As for the filming, no movie set could ever do this justice. And likely, no Hollywood actors are going to go to the real place to get the job done. These men are in THE real place on THE very top of our planet capturing its incredible glory. It's stunning and beautiful and courageous, and it takes you somewhere you will never go....to The North Pole.
Envigorating to watch. Visually beautiful! Impossibly daring. Into the Cold is a story of unbelievable determination against incredible odds. And, if you have a big screen, all the better, because Into the Cold is even bigger than that.
One thing to note... I highly suggest you bring your coat, because Sebastian and Keith are taking you INTO THE COLD.