Review on the Rock Climing Documentry Free Solo
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His free solo of El Capitan was, according to New York Times, “one of the greatest athletic feats of any kind, ever.” Honnold has spent years planning his trek up El Capitan. He refers to it as a fascinating puzzle, and a long journey. He studied El Capitan in extreme detail, examining every piece of rock. The film interviews people closest with Alex who didn’t want him to go through with the climb. Five people had died making the attempt to free solo El Capitan. The film can be seen as something incredible, and inspiring of a man accomplishing his lifelong dream, or it can be seen as someone who went against better judgment and got away with it. The documentary also dives into Honnold’s life as a child, and his current relationship with his girlfriend. They said they met at a book signing, and she decided to embrace his simple mind, and his sacrifice of the “cozy life.”