Release Date Blindsight Sep 11, 2006 Wide
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Movie Overview For Blindsight
Trailer For Blindsight
Actors For BlindsightErik Weihenmayer,Sabriye Tenberken,Sonam Bhumtso,Gyenshen,Dachung,Kyila,Tenzin,Tashi Pasang,Gavin Attwood,Sally Berg,Jeff Evans,Paul Kronenberg,Michael Brown,Stefani Jackenthal,Charley Mace,Steven Mace,Chris Morris,Kami Tenzing Sherpa,Cornelia Tenberken,Nguyen-Toan Tran
Genres Blindsight : Documentary,Action & Adventure,Special Interest
Visitor Ranting & Critics For BlindsightUser Ranting Blindsight : 3.9
User Percentage For Blindsight : 79 %
User Count Like for Blindsight : 951
All Critics Ranting For Blindsight : 7.6
All Critics Count For Blindsight : 49
All Critics Percentage For Blindsight : 98 %
Review For BlindsightBlindsight is a great example of the emotional dividends that careful photography, sensitive editing and an atmospheric score can deliver.
David Jenkins-Time Out
To see how these conflicts play out, to see how both sides came to realize that they had unexpected things to learn from these remarkable young people, is where Blindsight really makes its mark.
Kenneth Turan-Los Angeles Times
Coying and manipulative.
Andrea Gronvall-Chicago Reader
Watching it, you feel almost as much a winner as the kids themselves.
Colin Covert-Minneapolis Star Tribune
Walker captures all the dreamy-scary beauty of Everest's upper reaches, as well as numerous mini-dramas about the kids' readiness to approach the summit.
Tom Keogh-Seattle Times
The film is often breathtakingly beautiful, and even as the students triumph over the naysayers, it's melancholy knowing they aren't sharing viewers' experiences of their starkly gorgeous world.
Tasha Robinson-Chicago Tribune
Along with its strong emotional pull and engrossing personalities, Blindsight also features some breath taking images of the Himalayas, and some nerve wrecking scenes that would make those of us who are afraid of heights to start sweating bullets.
Matthew Pejkovic-Matt's Movie Reviews
memorable portrait of some truly courageous individuals and previously unrevealed insights to Tibetan culture
John A. Nesbit-Old School Reviews
An important, heart-soaring record of a group of incredibly brave people doing something almost everyone would tell them is impossible.
Rich Cline-Shadows on the Wall
You wouldn't believe it as fiction but it really is fairly unadorned fact. It is easy to see awards beckoning, and deservedly so because Walker as a film-maker never puts herself in front of her extraordinary subjects.
Derek Malcolm-This is London
How they managed the trek defies belief, but in an art-form where superpowers have become passé, it's a stirring reminder of what human powers, against the odds, can achieve.
Lucy Walker's documentary Blindsight is breathtaking twice over. It leaves the audience gasping like a landed guppy at views of snow-coddled Himalayan peaks under ice-blue skies.
Nigel Andrews-Financial Times
The ascent reveals a fascinating clash of values between the more gung-ho Americans (who are determined to reach the top) and the youngsters' remarkable teacher Sabriye Tenberken.
Tom Dawson-Total Film
Lucy Walker's inspirational, award-winning documentary, which leaves condescension and treacle out in the cold, emerging as one of the year's most illuminating, heartbreaking, and life-affirming movies.
Rob Daniel-Sky Movies
Lucy Walker's documentary is genuinely stirring.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph
Walker's ending is fudged both in terms of the narrative and the issues, and she seems to come down, a little feebly, on the "heartwarming" side of things. But what an amazing, and bizarre, story.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
A strikingly photographed documentary that unfolds into a story of human achievement and a study of the East-West culture clash.
Wendy Ide-Times [UK]
An accomplished work from documentarian Walker, who uses her battle-against-the odds story to illuminate how Tibetan society mistreats its blind citizens.
Uplifting but never mawkish, and gorgeously shot.
Helen OHara-Empire Magazine
An amazing no-frills inspirational documentary shot with deep feeling and conviction by Lucy Walker.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews
A blind man climbs to the top of Mount Everest in Blindsight, and that's just the beginning of the drama.
Chris Hewitt (St. Paul)-St. Paul Pioneer Press
Walker's film is a sure tearjerker, but the sentiments aren't cheap.