Aisling(",) wrote: »
I'm going to see this this afternoon in the IFI.I can't wait I'd imagine I'll be chewing my knuckles though! High tension
cozar wrote: »
it was an unbelievable achievement. could hardly watch the climb itself it was terrifying. i dont think the girlfriend was an asset to him thought she was kinda in the way.
A belief in gender identity involves a level of faith as there is nothing tangible to prove its existence which, as something divorced from the physical body, is similar to the idea of a soul. - Colette Colfer
mloc123 wrote: »
Netflix have another good docu up now called "Dawn Wall" worth checking out
c.p.w.g.w wrote: »
Is it all the climbing or mostly training and background of the climber
p to the e wrote: »
Was very enjoyable and looked amazing but as has been mentioned this documentary ended up being more of a character study of Honnold.
I've gone through the comments and no one seems to be pointing out the obvious that this guy is obviously on the spectrum. His father was diagnosed with aspergers, he clearly has trouble showing emotions and he is definitely socially awkward. His girlfriend is either very unaware or in denial thinking she can change him.