ТО есть получается всё же, что этот фильм "Эверест" снимали по книжке Кракауэра, а не ДеУолта и Букреева, да?
Судя по реакции Кракауэра имела место быть "художественная переработка" его книги.
"Everest" is now in theaters, giving everyone IMAX and 3D enhanced vertigo, at least until "The Walk" opens. And while the mountain climbing drama has earned mix reviews, it has received a scathing notice from someone intimate with the true story tale: author Jon Krakauer, who was on the climb, and recounted the adventure in his book "Into Thin Air." While the movie isn't based on his work, Krakauer is nonetheless displeased with the results, and in particular, how his character (played by Michael Kelly) is portrayed. **Mild Spoilers Ahead** “It’s total bull,” he told The Los Angeles Times. “Anyone who goes to that movie and wants a fact-based account should read ‘Into Thin Air.' " In particular, he's peeved at a scene in the film in which he's asked to help rescue Jason Clarke's Rob Hall, but declines because he's snow blind. “I never had that conversation, »
Человеческая жизнь, самая большая ценность. За нее можно и убить!