I would have to say, it was hard to watch. I also have an extreme fear of heights. This film deserved an Oscar, given the risks they took to make the film. He had climbers with video cameras all along the way.Saw the poster for this yesterday and looked it up:
With the way I feel about heights...
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Equal Justice Initiative is celebrating 30 years and the one-year anniversary of the opening of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum.
As part of the anniversary commemoration, EJI dedicated a new monument to 24 women, men, and children who were victims of racial terror lynchings and violence during the 1950′s. Among the victims honored are Emmett Till and Voting Rights activists Harry and Harriette Moore.