This was an incredible film about fixation, about being the just a single to accomplish something, regardless of the possibility that you should bite the dust all the while, and tolerating the way that nature will ordinarily beat you down. Mountain climbing entices thrill seekers and agnostics similarly as frequently as it pulls in the careful swashbucklers who need to do it right, who need to climb that mountain since it’s there. This film makes them stagger mountaineering shots, both at Mt. Everest and the Japanese Alps, alongside decent coarse road scenes in Nepal.
A picture taker named Fukamachi (Junichi Okada) is on task concealing a terrible climb Mt. Everest. After a portion of the climbers bite the dust in a fall, he’s left there, attempting to rescue a story.