In 2006, Eric Steel released a somber documentary film that spanned 365 days and captured over 10,000 hours of footage of the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge in 2004. The film recorded 23 of the known 24 suicides off the bridge in 2004, and featured interviews with the family and friends of those that were identified. At one point in the documentary, a woman is seen traversing the upper railing to the lower railing, only to be pulled back to safety by a photographer. The Bridge also features an interview with Kevin Hines, a man who survived his suicide attempt off the bridge in 2000; and the testimony of a man who traversed the railing but was talked out of jumping by police. Throughout the film, people are seen leaping from the bridge, with the film crew only succeeding in preventing six jumps. However, in most cases there was either no warning or no time to prevent people from jumping.