Critic Consensus: Mountain offers a visually thrilling -- and surprisingly affecting -- look at man's relationship with some of Earth's most imposing natural wonders.
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While the film takes an unequivocally romantic approach to mountains, it doesn't shy away from casting a critical eye on the colonial thinking that underpinned early mountaineering exploits and that continues in a different form today.
The movie is rich with ideas as it fixates on characters roaming empty worlds, searching for impossible ideals. This time, revelation creeps into the picture with heartbreaking results.
This Australian nonfiction feature plays like a highbrow version of an IMAX nature documentary.
It's the one in least denial that makes the greatest attempt to remember that mountains care not, even as we obsess about them. These are, as Dafoe so perfectly explains, places of terrible joys and dreadful splendors.
Gosh only knows when you'll ever have another chance to see a blooper reel of spills set to Vivaldi.
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