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E11 DVD, The Hardest Traditional Rock Climb in the World
Film documenting Dave MacLeod Climbing Rhapsody. ***Award Winning*** One of the best all round climbers in the world is on a mission - to take rock climbing to new levels of both difficulty and danger. Dave MacLeod attempts to be the first to climb 'Rhapsody', the hardest traditional rock climb ever and the first to achieve the grade of E11 7a (trad f8c+ US 5.14c). This film enters uncharted territory. Taking you beyond the action it reveals the frustrations and the shear physical and mental effort that goes into climbing at the very highest level. We see MacLeod take a series of terrifying, massive, gut- wrenching falls and the strain begins to show. He struggles to cope with the difficulty and seriousness of the endeavour. But doggedly, even obsessively he keeps returning to his ultimate project - RHAPSODY. DVD Contents Main feature 41 minutes Additional features 30 minutes Special DVD features .Further rock climbs f8b+ and f8b solo! .Boulder problems including two font 8bs .The 'psyche mix' - a remix from the E11 film that shows just the climbing .Soundtrack information, Climb information, Climbing FilmTrailers - NTSC and PAL versions available - Subtitles options are included for English, French, German and Spanish Premiering at the Edinburgh Mountain Film Festival 21st October 2006 - short listed for awards Best Film and Best Climbing Film Quotations 'The most significant climbing achievement since Dougal Haston's first ascent of the South-West Face of Everest with Doug Scott back in 1975. Different styles of climbing, but both groundbreaking events.' - The Scottish Mountaineer Magazine issue 32. 'Never before has anyone climbed so hard and had to face the reality that if they fall they might die. It is a step forward in global terms. Everyone in the climbing world has definitely sat up and taken notice..' - Mick Ryan, Scotland on Sunday Newspaper.
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