Aug 26, 2017 · Directed by Hendrik Faller. With Julien Caplan, Anya Korzun, Julien Michel, Tom Miller. Hostage in his own home, an incompetent Englishman is forced to team up with his captor to fight off the survivors of a fatal flu epidemic.
Directed by Frédéric Hambalek. With Christian Aumer, Isaak Dentler, Sven Fricke, Andreas Nickl. A team of alpinists is stuck in an apocalyptic snow storm in great heights. When one of them goes missing, they have to conduct a hazardous search.
- Frédéric Hambalek
The Mountain Between Us is a 2017 American drama film directed by Hany Abu-Assad and written by Chris Weitz and J. Mills Goodloe, based on the 2011 novel of the same name by Charles Martin.
As a fatal flu virus devastates Europe, Jack, a young man from the city, takes refuge in the French Alps. Ill-equipped to survive the harsh winter, things only get worse when Kara, armed and ...
- Art House & International, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
- Hendrik Faller
Rocky Mountain spotted fever is a big part of the 1947 Republic Pictures movie "Driftwood", starring Walter Brennan, James Bell, Dean Jagger, Natalie Wood, and Hobart Cavanaugh. In December 2013, hockey player Shane Doan was diagnosed with Rocky Mountain spotted fever, and returned to play in January 2014. Other names
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Aug 14, 2017 · MOUNTAIN FEVER Synopsis: Inspired by the action cinema of James Cameron and the minimalism of Nicolas Winding Refn, a fatal flu virus devastates Europe in an ice-cold thriller examining human ...
Mountain Fountain: Things get cold and claustrophobic in this feature debut of new director Hendrik Faller. Mountain Fever Review. A strange flu has broken out across the world.
After watching this movie, I had never expected that this movie would be too good. Plot and mystery in the movie was just like Thriller/Mystery Hollywood movie. First half wasn't so good but still it keep us in confusion about the story. Second half was like you can only expect in some Hollywood Movie.
- Rajeev Jhaveri
Only three centuries ago, setting out to climb a mountain would have been considered close to lunacy. Mountains were places of peril, not beauty, an upper world to be shunned, not sought out. Why ...
- Art House & International, Documentary