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"Capturing the passion and dedication of the bouldering community, FUSE offers an emotional look into our lifestyle. Everyone has their limits, physically and mentally, that are tested on problems ranging from 4a to 8a, V0 to V14. These climbers have assembled from all over the world in search of the experience on the boulders of Fontainebleau and Hueco Tanks. Fuse is their journey. Along the way, culture is explored and a subculture revealed'' Joe Iurato

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Mellow 4 out of 5 stars

Review by: grimpiperx, 2007-05-31

A very good film, giving quite a good feel for both areas, with decent camera work. One downside, at least for me, is all the little tiny 1/2 second clips of some of the things in Hueco looked like they would have been more intense than the pieces they devoted more time too.

Review 3 out of 5 stars

Review by: ocean, 2006-09-14

After being corrected as to what movie I was thinking of I went back in to the collection to dig this one up. Although not a sleeper cause it had the action and some well timed editing. I feel like it lacked something. However I found this movie to be worth while to watch once, and then pass it on to a friend. ps will note that the sound track was pretty tight

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: slovoodoo, 2006-08-08

Fun to watch! Better the second time...and third...and fourth...etc. Excellent film. Fun, friends and bouldering..... kick a$$ bouldering!

Review 5 out of 5 stars

Review by: shiggetyshiva, 2006-04-25

This film definitely captures the experience of bouldering in two of the epicenters of the sport - Hueco and Font. The best thing about the film, aside from the great soundtrack, is the fact that it really focuses on climbing without overdoing the special effects or close-up shots of grip positions. This focus is first and foremost evident in the film's almost exclusive use of natural light, which adds a certain realism lacking in some climbing vids. Speaking of realism, it's also refreshing to see a variety of people (not all of them flashing V12s) bouldering, instead of one or two superstars. Beyond the movements of climbing, this film also does a great job capturing the emotions involved, as well as the human connections made through sharing a common passion. Very inspiring!

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