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Meru Documentary-Riveting film

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Just a quick film recco with amazing images of Northern India and the Himalayas. I watched 'Meru,' last night here in Chicago. Not a film I thought I'd enjoy, but I was riveted and so fortunate to attend. The film is about 3 men attempting to climb the seemingly impossible face of Mount Meru. Not for those afraid of heights. If you like Jon Krakauer books or the documentary 'Touching the Void,' this would be a great film to see.
http://www.merufilm.com

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