6 Below

6 Below

By Scott Waugh

  • Genre: Action & Adventure
  • Release Date: 2017-10-13
  • Advisory Rating: 12
  • Runtime: 1h 38min
  • Director: Scott Waugh
  • Production Company: October Films
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • iTunes Price: GBP 7.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: GBP 5.49
From 41 Ratings


Eric LeMarque (Josh Hartnett, TV's Penny Dreadful, Lucky Number Slevin) is a thrill-seeking snowboarder with a weight of personal demons on his back. When he gets lost in a massive winter storm in the back country of the High Sierra Mountains, LeMarque is pushed to the limit and forced to battle those demons head-on as he fights against the worst the elements can throw at him. Featuring a mesmerising tour de force from Hartnett as real-life hero LeMarque, 6 BELOW also features Sarah Dumont (Don Jon, TV's The Royals) and Oscar-winner Mira Sorvino (Summer Of Sam, Mighty Aphrodite) as LeMarque s equally determined mother. With the wilds of Utah providing the film s backdrop and giving Hartnett a taste of what LeMarque went through in real life, director Scott Waugh (Need For Speed, Act Of Valor), 6 BELOW deliver an assault on the senses that thrills and chills to the bone.



  • Arrogance, ego and snowboarding

    By washishu
    A film about another adrenalin/wilderness junkie who is so self-absorbed, so lacking in thought for other people that it’s almost inevitable that, one day, they’ll push things too far and those people for whom they have so little regard will have to risk their own safety to come to the rescue. The ‘demons’ he is confronted with—in this film at least—are his drug-habit and a father who sees his son as a clone of himself rather than an independent human-being.
  • Quite boring

    By Dustybin 45789009
    Tbh thought it was quite boring ... wanted to see the end though
  • Amazing true story

    By Londonfilmlover26
    Hartnett portrays the character's fight for survival well, and this film is very well shot with tension all the way through. I really rooted for him.
  • Really good

    By pinky_blue
    A believable and engrossing performance from Hartnett as always.
  • Josh is back!

    By 87267xyz78
    what a performance. such an inspirational story against such a remarkable backdrop.
  • So harrowing!

    By filmlover82
    Josh's performance is amazing! It makes 127 Hours look like My Little Pony!