TREMBLING MOUNTAIN (2016)

  • Documentary
  • 1h 22m

Among the worst hit in Nepal’s 2015 earthquake was paradise-like Langtang, a prime trekking destination. A glacial collapse caused an avalanche of rock, ice and mud, resulting in an airblast, equal to half the force of the Hiroshima atom bomb.

In showing the much dwindled community’s response to the disaster, until their resettlement a year later, the film reveals the transformation, profound and yet often taken for granted, that has been sweeping the Himalaya over the last decades.

Subtitles

English

Countries

Nepal, India