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Killer Mountain (TV Movie 2011) Poster

(2011 TV Movie)

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Continuity 

The abandoned "base camp" on the mountain suffers a major snow storm just after the rescue team arrives. Yet only hours later, it has no snow and green trees are seen in the background.
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Factual errors 

The operating base for the expedition is on a boat. But the boat is a river ferry, not a sea-going vessel. And Bhutan has four major river systems: the Drangme Chhu; the Puna Tsang Chhu, also called the Sankosh; the Wang Chhu; and the Amo Chhu. However, the vessel is not only a significantly larger ship than the modest sized ferry boats used on the rivers of Bhutan, but it is unlikely that any of the waterways in Bhutan could accommodate the vessel shown. The fittings visible on the ship make it clear that it is equipped for deep water operations (oceans or very large lakes).
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The supposed Bhutan military personnel are wearing the wrong uniforms and the captain has improper rank insignia. Further, they carry AK-47s, when the Bhutan military uses AK-101s and AK-104s, which are significantly different.
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Miscellaneous 

After the helicopter pilot drops off the rescue climbers at the Advance Base Camp (listed at 20,500 feet), he is then supposed to lighten his load, refuel, and start searching above the rescue climbers. When the lead climber radios the pilot, the pilot says he is at 15,000 feet - well below the rescue climbers and the base camp.
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