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"127 Hours" is a movie from Danny Boyle, the Academy Award winning director of 2008's Best Picture, "Slumdog Millionaire." "127 Hours" is the true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston's (James Franco) remarkable adventure to save himself after a falling boulder crashes on his arm and traps him in an isolated slot canyon in Utah. Throughout his journey, Ralston recalls friends, lovers (Clémence Poésy), family, and the two hikers (Amber Tamblyn and Kate Mara) he met before his accident. Over the next five days Ralston battles the elements and his own demons to finally discover he has the courage and the wherewithal to extricate himself by any means necessary, descend a 65 foot wall and hike over eight miles before he is finally rescued. Told with a dynamic narrative structure, "127 Hours" is a visceral, thrilling story that will take an audience on a never before experienced journey and prove what we can do when we choose life.

Fox Searchlight Pictures' "127 Hours" is directed by Danny Boyle from a screenplay by Danny Boyle and Simon Beaufoy ("Slumdog Millionaire") based on the book "Between a Rock and a Hard Place" by Aron Ralston. The film is produced by Christian Colson, Danny Boyle and John Smithson, and the executive producers are Bernard Bellew, John J. Kelly, François Ivernel, Cameron McCracken, Lisa Maria Falcone and Tessa Ross. The cast, headed by James Franco, includes Amber Tamblyn, Kate Mara, Clémence Poésy, Kate Burton and Lizzy Caplan. Using visually inventive techniques to recreate the lead character's full range of experience, the production utilized two primary cinematographers, Anthony Dod Mantle, B.S.C., D.F.F. ("Slumdog Millionaire") and Enrique Chediak ("28 Days Later"), production and costume designer Suttirat Larlarb ("Slumdog Millionaire"), editor Jon Harris ("Kick-ass") with music by A.R. Rahman ("Slumdog Millionaire").

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Genre: Drama
Runtime: 94 mins.
Release Date: November 12, 2010
Tagline: There is no force more powerful than the will to live.
Distributor: Fox Searchlight Pictures
Production Companies:
Cloud Eight Films
Decibel Films
Darlow Smithson Productions
Everest Entertainment
Dune Entertainment
Down Productions
Big Screen Productions

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