Storm and Sorrow Trailer

Storm and Sorrow Trailer (1990)

22 November 1990 Adventure, Drama, Action 96 mins

In 1974, mountain climber Molly Higgins (Lori Singer) begins her ascent of Lenin Peak, located in the Pamir Mountains on the edge of the Himalayas. She's part of an international climbing expedition that has brought a team of U.S. climbers into the USSR. But completing their mission won't be easy, as Mother Nature and internal divisions hamper their journey up the perilous peak, putting all their lives in jeopardy. This made-for-TV movie is based on a true story.

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Cast

Lori Singer

as Molly Higgins

Todd Allen

as Gary Ullin

Marcia Cross

as Marty Hoy

Jay Baker

as Robert 'Bob' Strand

Ágnes Bánfalvy

as Alvira Shativa

John David Bland

as Jeffery 'Jeff' Low

István Fazekas

as Vladimir Shativa

Dezsö Garas

as Ijon Gripenriter

John Gowans

as Robert 'Bob' Craig

Scott McGinnis

as Robert 'Bob' Craig

Brian McNamara

as John Marts

Tom O'Brien

as John Roskelly

International Titles

Mort au sommet Trailer

International Releases Dates

France 22 November 1990

United States 22 November 1990

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