Eric Steel's deeply disquieting documentary about death and the Golden Gate Bridge opens with a shocking, hard-to-shake image. On a gloriously sunny day, seemingly happy pedestrians stroll along the magnificent, mile-long suspension bridge's walkway, when suddenly and without warning, one man hops over the railing and plummets to his death. According to the Bridge Office, this was no isolated incident. In 2004, the year Steel set up cameras on the opposite banks of the Golden Gate Strait with the express purpose of filming the bridge for one whole year, 24 people jumped to their deaths. Famous as one of the seven wonders of the modern world and the second longest sus...