‘Torn’ Set To Release On Disney+ In February!

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Disney+ has announced that National Geographic Documentary Films, Torn, will be releasing on February 4th! Torn was directed by Max Lowe and produced by Chris Murphy, also with producers Simon Chinn and Jonathan Chinn. The film also won Best Feature Film at BANFF and called a “cinematic gift” by RogerEbert.com.

Read what director Max Lowe had to say:

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I have put everything of myself into ‘Torn’. A film truly unique in my career in its detailing of my own family’s heart opening exercise in vulnerability around our shared trauma, redemption and love. I couldn’t be more honored and thrilled to be able to share our story with the world on one of the biggest stages with our upcoming Disney+ launch.

Take a look at the trailer for Torn:

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Below is the details for Torn:

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On Oct. 5, 1999, Alex was tragically lost alongside cameraman and fellow climber David Bridges in a deadly avalanche on the slopes of the Tibetan mountain Shishapangma. Miraculously surviving the avalanche was Alex’s best friend and climbing partner, renowned mountaineer Conrad Anker. After the tragedy, Anker and Alex’s widow, Jennifer, fell in love, married, and Anker stepped in to help raise Alex’s three sons.

In 2016, 17 years after their deaths, Lowe’s and Bridges’ bodies were discovered, and Lowe’s family journeyed to the remote Himalayan mountains to recover the men’s remains. In the powerful and deeply moving “Torn,” director Max Lowe examines the long-buried feelings that the discovery unearthed for him and his family members. Weaving together archival footage of Alex’s spellbinding adventures, revealing home movies and emotional interviews with Jennifer, Sam, Isaac and Conrad, Lowe challenges long-held family myths and questions his own beliefs as he creates an insightful examination of fatherhood, love, loss and resilience set against the high-stakes world of professional mountain climbing.

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