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Same Same But Different

Same Same But Different
60 min
Hannes Maier
Climbing on rock and ice
When & Where
For many years, Barbara Zangerl was known as one of the best female boulderers in the world, being one of the first females to climb the grade of 8b. At the age of 19, and at the top of her game, a serious back injury meant that Barbara's success in bouldering would come to a abrupt close. Too eager and determined to leave her beloved sport behind, Barbara began to master rope climbing. With a whole new outlook on climbing, Barbara is repeating some of the hardest alpine routes around, including "End of Silence" (Thomas Huber's 1994 classic), "Silbergeier" (by Beat Kammerlander) and "Des Kaisers neue Kleider" ("The Emporer's New Clothes" by Stefan Glowacz), which are together known as the "Trilogy" - the three top sport routes in the Alps. This film goes beyond the action, exploring Barbara's outlook, her past and her passion for climbing.