The Black Mountain

The Black Mountain is a story revolving around the biggest landfill of the most polluted city in the world-New Delhi.The film studies the landfill as the protagonist and takes the viewer into the heart of a hellish world that we have created yet choose to ignore. It tells the stories of the people who eke a living by collecting waste on the landfill.

Running Time
55 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Anton von Heiseler
Anton von Heiseler
India, Germany
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about biography «The Black Mountain» (17)

Pamela L. avatar
Pamela L.

You Never Seen anything like This Before. The cast are great. All scenes were so incredible. And The Music Was awesome. I really enjoyed this movie and recommend it.

Jacob avatar

My daughter requested this blu-ray as a gift. If you are a Anton von Heiseler fan, you will like this movie.

Philip avatar

I enjoyed the movie! Good acting!

Cheryl avatar

Nice Documentary theme. Bit of corny dialogue though.

Heather Tucker avatar
Heather Tucker

Absolutely breathtaking and a fantastic way to make a movie interesting.

Carol avatar

Just a joy from start to finish. Smart, sweet, engaging.

Jonathan B. avatar
Jonathan B.

I'm sure as hell glad I saw this movie! Definitely surprised me!

Olivia G. avatar
Olivia G.

This film is a feast to the eyes for every Documentary fan around the world!

Donna L. avatar
Donna L.

Director Anton von Heiseler provokes killer performances! And this is awesome!!! go and see this film because you wont be disappointed.

Christian Austin avatar
Christian Austin

I don't have enough words to say about this movie. It is perfect i love movies and this movie has everything to be a great. The story is very nice, the acting is cool and everything else is awesome. I waited so long for a movie like this.

Stephen avatar

A movie of the highest order! Directed by Anton von Heiseler has outdone himself. This is seriously his best film to date.