Netflix releases Who We Were in the Mountains?, a documentary about The Snow Society

Netflix releases Who We Were in the Mountains?, a documentary about The Snow Society

Netflix adds a new documentary to its catalog “The snow society: Who were we in the mountains?”. 36 minutes with interviews with the director JA Bayonathe actors, the technical crew, some of the survivors and a lot of behind-the-scenes material.

The success of The Snow Society

The Snow Society is nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Bafta awards this year and Best International Feature Film and Best Makeup and Hairstyling in the Academy Awards 2024.

The film quickly rose to No. 4 on the list of most viewed non-English language films and already has 64.4 million views. With a 90% positive rating on Rotten Tomatoes, The Snow Society continues to break records with its third week at No. 1 on the foreign-language film list, with 13.4 million hours watched.

In addition, it is competing for 13 Goya Awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best New Actor (Matías Recalt).

She is also the winner of 2 European Film Awards for Best Makeup and Hairstyling and Best Visual Effects.

What The Snow Society is about

In 1972, Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571, which had been chartered to take a rugby team to Chile, crashed in the heart of the Andes. Only 29 of its 45 passengers survived the accident. Trapped in one of the most hostile and inaccessible environments on the planet, they will have to resort to extreme measures to stay alive.

The Snow Society _ Official Trailer _ Netflix.mp4

The film is based on the book The Snow Society by Pablo Vierci. The script is written by JA Bayona, Bernat Vilaplana, Jaime Marques and Nicolás Casariego.

The cast is made up of: Enzo Vogrincic Roldán, Matías Recalt, Agustín Pardella, Tomas Wolf, Diego Ariel Vegezzi, Esteban Kukuriczka, Francisco Romero, Rafael Federman, Felipe González Otaño, Agustín Della Corte, Valentino Alonso, Simón Hempe, Fernando Contigiani García, Benjamín Segura, Jerónimo Bosia.

Filming took place in Sierra Nevada (Andalusia), Montevideo (Uruguay) and in different locations in the Andes (both in Chile and Argentina) including The Valley of Tears, the real location where the story took place.

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