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JAM : The Journey

This unfortunately-long film strikes a perfect balance of forward looking and backwards thinking and will have you pondering the future of climbing.

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Brought to you by the critically-flamed makers of “Pull- A Story About Lead Climbing,”, JAM: The Journey infuses a story of obsession and meticulous plot confusion into a rarely-told saga of overcoming success and obstacles.

JAM may have received the the following statements :

“No Comment” — Mountain Project

“Insightful and Confusing” — Gym Climber magazine

“The best climbing film we haven’t seen in 2018” — Climbing magazine

“A poetic homage to the roots of climbing” — Makers of “Pull”


Rating: NR

Genre: Documentary

Directed By: Blake McCord, Jeff Snyder

Theater Release: Limited (0 Nationwide)


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