James Franco as Aron Ralston
Amber Tamblyn and Kate Mara as Megan McBride and Kristi Moore, two hikers Ralston met before the accident
Clémence Poésy as Rana, Ralston's lover
Lizzy Caplan as Sonja Ralston, Ralston's sister
Treat Williams as Larry Ralston, Ralston's father
Kate Burton as Donna Ralston, Ralston's mother
127 Hours (127 Hours) is a North American film, autobiography and adventure.
Produced, co-written and directed by Danny Boyle. It starred James Franco, based on the autobiography of mountaineer Aron Ralston. It was very well acclaimed, being nominated for six Oscars, including Best Film and Best Actor (James Franco)
127 hours is the real story of the famous mountaineer Aron Ralston, who has to save his life after becoming trapped by a boulder, which falls and crushes his right arm against the wall of an isolated canyon (Blue John Canyon in National Park Canyonlands) in the U.S. state of Utah. Without having communicated his fate for anyone, within five days, Ralston has to muster the courage to survive with the means available (a little water, some climbing equipment, an LED flashlight and a knife almost blind, used in the amputation). However, during the time he spends getting arrested will affect psychologically, going to have memories of friends and family, and I also had some premonitions, such as that of her unborn child.