Society of the Snow

2023 [SPANISH]

Adventure / Drama / History / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91% · 74 reviews
IMDb Rating 8.0/10 10 1670 1.7K

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Plot summary

On October 13, 1972, Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571, chartered to take a rugby team to Chile, crashes into a glacier in the heart of the Andes.

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sntvcn 8 / 10

A Message of Hope in a Time of Crisis

I am 61 years old and I remember well the events told in "La sociedad de la nieve". The film does not hide or underestimate what 50 years ago shocked the whole world, but - as the title suggests - it frames it in a broader context: what eventually humanity is. We are not the strongest race, nor the fastest, nor - for some time now - the most intelligent on our planet. But, as a group, we are incredibly resilient. Man is weak, but humanity is impossible to defeat. A message of great hope at a time when we are facing terrible challenges ahead of us. Not to be missed.

Amazing soundtrack by Michail Giacchino. After having watch the music, listen to "Found" which beautifully captures the message of the whole movie with minimal use of instruments and notes.

Reviewed by pauedi1998 10 / 10

After the Andes

As soon as I saw Nando Parrado at the airport I knew this movie was going to be something memorable. Being uruguayan, this story holds a very special place in my heart. I think all of us are linked to the survivors in one way or the other. Luckily we have most of them still around us. They're either the father of a colleague at work, the grandparent of a classmate at school, a friend of a friend's uncle.

In my case, Roberto Canessa was my cardiologist when I was a teenager. He specialized in congenital heart diseases. My parents were alive when the accident happened. I grew up reading books and old news about flight 571. Every anniversary of the rescue we would see videos and photos of the survivors on TV. So when my parents told me that my new doctor was going to be Roberto, this astounding man, I felt like I was about to meet Superman. And when I met him I swear I could feel this peaceful energy coming from him. He was so gentle, so humble. It still brings tears to my eyes to think that my doctor was the same young man that crossed the Andes to save his friends. I cherish those moments I shared with him at his office a lot.

"What's the point of this?", Numa asks at the second half of the movie. There was no point. There's no reason behind the accident. What's important it's what they did after the accident. They could have chosen to stay and wait for their deaths, but instead they decided to keep fighting for their lives until the end. And thanks to that, they survived and became the men they are today. In Roberto's case, he survived to be a cardiologist who saves children's lives. He had to survive. That's his reason.

Reviewed by vitalidemtchenko 10 / 10

Amazing adaptation

I had the pleasure of seeing Society of the Snow at the Stockholm International Film Festival today. It's rare these days that a movie makes a lasting impression on me. It was exactly like that this time. The execution is just amazing. I felt like I was there with the rugby team throughout the movie and after I finished watching it, I couldn't stop thinking about what I just saw. The cast is great. Very good acting skills and everyone resembled the actual people. There's suspense, there's drama, and there's even humor. Of all the adaptations, this one is by far the best. I highly recommend seeing it in theaters when it comes out.

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