• Fri. Mar 31st, 2023

“127 Hours” is a 2010 biographical survival film directed by . The movie is based on the true story of Aron Ralston, an experienced outdoorsman who became trapped in a remote canyon in Utah when a boulder fell on his arm, pinning him to the spot. With no one aware of his location, Ralston was forced to spend five days alone and without food or water before finally resorting to amputating his own arm to free himself.

The film explores themes of survival, courage, and the human will to live, as Ralston struggles to stay alive and come to terms with his situation. The movie features intense sequences of suspense, as well as flashbacks that offer insight into Ralston's past and the experiences that have shaped him.

stars as Ralston in a performance that was widely praised by critics. The film received critical acclaim and was nominated for six Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Actor for Franco. “127 Hours” is a powerful and emotional story of human perseverance and the limits of the human spirit.

Directed by
Produced by Danny BoyleChristian ColsonJohn Smithson
Screenplay by Danny BoyleSimon Beaufoy
Based on Between a Rock and a Hard Place
by Aron Ralston
Starring Amber Tamblyn
Music by A. R.
Cinematography Anthony Dod MantleEnrique Chediak
Edited by Jon Harris
PathéEverest EntertainmentFilm4 ProductionsHandMade FilmsCloud Eight Films
Distributed by Warner Bros. Entertainment UK (United Kingdom)Fox Searchlight Pictures (United States)
Release date 4 September 2010 (Telluride Film Festival) 5 November 2010 (United States) 7 January 2011 (United Kingdom)
Running time 94 minutes
Country United KingdomUnited States
Language English
Budget $18 million
Box office $60.7 million

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