I personally truly loved the movie "Devil's Pass." I think the ending was somehow lost on too many viewers so it's hated across the community. However, at face value, it was a great fiction thriller that was based albeit loosely upon something that did happen.
As for the photos, frame 2 is probably the most problematic for me as far as showing up alongside the actual evidence. In passing, as in without real study, I'd probably never be able to tell that it didn't belong. I think it looks very passable for Igor Dyatlov.
I assume frame 5 is supposed to represent Zolotaryov because it's a mustachioed older man? It's such a poor stand-in. Dude was older than my grandpa and that sort of throws me to think of him in those terms.
I kind of wonder why the film didn't just use the actual evidence? It's a matter of public record no? Are there rights attached to the original photos use?