14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible | Official Trailer | Netflix



Fearless Nepali mountaineer Nimsdai Purja embarks on a seemingly impossible quest to summit all 14 of the world’s 8,000-meter peaks in seven months.

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31 replies
  1. Satyakam Misra
    Satyakam Misra says:

    Ayo gorkhali Jai maha Kali. Behind most successful Everest or high summit climb is a Sherpa. We all know Sherpa Tenzing and Edmund Hilary. It is time these brave Sherpas are given their due and recognition. Bravo!

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  2. bobzepie
    bobzepie says:

    This was without a doubt the single greatest documentary I've seen. Sorry Sir David, you're in your own league entirely ofcourse but this hit different.

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  3. Moira Cneill
    Moira Cneill says:

    I don't understand why this guy isn't on every front page of every newspaper.. brilliant, stunning courage, and the he did the nearly impossible! Best film I've seen n years!

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  4. madmaxjaxon Jackson
    madmaxjaxon Jackson says:

    I wondered all my life what would happen a Nepalese climber dropped the white folks and took their genetic gifts and just started climbing. I can't say I was shocked at the result but man is it ever impressive. This guy makes me truly believe in the Possibilities of lifetime spent seeking dreams.

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  5. tortolexie
    tortolexie says:

    This is one of the greatest documentaries I have ever seen. Remember the name people, NIMS PURJA. A real human legend. This should win an Oscar and get proper recognition akin to Free Solo.

    The film has inspired me tremendously, those scenes in high altitudes man, they are life-giving. Project Possible is now a way of life!

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  6. Juan Carlos Valeron
    Juan Carlos Valeron says:

    It's funny a lot of what NimsDai said was quite true – "If this was done by some western climbers then the news should have been 10 times bigger than this". Why is it I know that Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary are the first to climb Everest but I have never read about the Nepali NimsDai who broke the record for fastest climb of 7 peaks ? The target audience for Nepali news is much smaller than target audience for Westerners.

    Nevertheless, great job by my man and well played! What really touched my heart is that for every person who pays several $$$$ to climb these peaks there is always a {NO NAME} nepali gurkha who does the heavy lifting and this No Name never gets any credit!

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  7. Dieter Kalwa
    Dieter Kalwa says:

    Honestly, best documentary I have ever watched. I cant tell you exactly but I've watched it multiple times. I have never watched a documentary multiple times before this. LEGENDARY!

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  8. Ramesh Thapa
    Ramesh Thapa says:

    I am a Nepali and feeling a bit too ashamed as my Canadian/Indian colleague told me about this documentary last night at work. "Giving up is not in the Blood". I will never forget that line for the rest of my life!

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  9. Matt Murdock
    Matt Murdock says:

    Amazing documentary. Nims & his team easily could've done it within five months if they didn’t have to face Chinese bureaucracy. It’s an excellent achievement & i was perplexed that why i didn’t know about this before watching the docu! It should have been covered properly by all the news portals around the world. And it would've been, if this was done by a western mountaineer.

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  10. zippy5081
    zippy5081 says:

    I love this man because he showed the rich Americans that are nursemaided up Everest on the sweat and blood of exploited Sherpa’s. For the false rights to Everest summits. Lay your own ladders and ropes and carry your own coffee machine up Everest then only then have you really climbed Everest.
    This man showed the westerners how it’s really done the true way to climb mountains. My God! This man is beyond incredible he’s absolutely amazing. Thank you from the heart showing the world what can be achieved on your (own) sweat and blood…. I love this man he’s a legend.

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