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It’s ‘The World’s Greatest Rescue,’ Trailer Announces Ron Howardsurvival drama Thirteen lives, which documents the rescue of a youth soccer team trapped for 18 days in Thailand’s Tham Luang Nang Non cave after heavy rainfall flooded the cave and blocked their way out. It’s no exaggeration to find out what we know about the rescue saga that took place around the world in 2018. With flooding and lack of oxygen and food supplies, the chances of survival for the children and their coaches are slim. Even after being found alive, it is nearly impossible to rescue them from the cave. The thirteen had to be extracted one-by-one by an international team of cave divers, who had little access to the narrowest parts of the cave, let alone while dragging survivors to swim along the perilous underwater passage. “It seems easy, but when it’s flooded, it’s impossible,” warns Colin Farrell Play John Wallanson in the trailer. The dive path is “almost shoulder width, pulling in very strong currents,” explains Richard Stanton (Viggo Mortensen). “You try to dive those kids all the way, and all you bring out are dead bodies.”

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All 13 lives were saved, a testament to the tenacity of the human will and what a diverse group of people can do when inspired and united by a common mission. It celebrates daring creative thinking under frantic pressure as rescuers employ untried and dangerous solutions, sedating thirteen people so they can pass through miles of twisty tunnels (where the Visibility is almost zero) and into a safe state.Howard said that this miraculous rescue would take a village to complete, and Howard brought Thirteen lives On the big screen and Prime Video on July 29 and August 6, the star-studded cast members are no strangers to hero roles, with Thai actors playing key roles in the rescue. “One of the things I want to convey is that the Thais saved these boys.”

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Viggo Mortensen as Richard Stanton

Viggo Mortensen plays Richard Stanton, a British cave diver who literally plunges headlong into a dangerous mission when he realizes that his skills and experience as a cave diver are needed to help rescue the boy. Stanton overcame initial resistance from the Thai SEALs and proved vital to the rescue. Stanton’s brilliant life-saving idea was to sedate the boys so they could walk through the dark, panicky tunnel, an arduous five-hour journey, and repeated doses of ketamine to keep the boys calm. “If they woke up in the middle of a dive, they would panic,” Stanton explained to The Guardian. While never sedating anyone underwater before, Stanton said, “We don’t have a plan B. The monsoon is coming and the cave is in danger of flooding. We need to act.”

When Mortensen trained for the role of Stanton, he experienced first-hand the dangers of cave diving, diving and swimming in confined spaces to simulate the actual conditions of a rescue. The key is to breathe calmly and slowly to avoid running out of air, but there was a harrowing moment on set when Mortenson accidentally turned off one of his oxygen tanks. While he was able to recover to his other tank, Mortensen had to remind himself to “keep calm. Don’t panic because you could drown in seconds. Once you freak out, you swallow a little water.” , you’re done.”

Mortenson’s film work proves that the actor is far from being risk-averse.best known for playing aragon in Peter Jacksonof Lord of the Rings Franchisehe has worked with the director on four films David CronenbergThe latest is future crime Mortensen plays Saul, a performance artist whose organs are removed by his partner (Leah Seydoux) in front of a live audience.

Colin Farrell as John Volanthen

Colin Farrell Playing as cave diver John Wallanson, who discovers the missing football team is one of the film’s climaxes Thirteen lives. It’s pure luck to find them. Worlanson swam to the surface after running out of rope only to find the kids and their adult coach staring at him. “Outstanding!” British Volanthen cheered when all 13 missing persons were found alive. “I was 100 percent expecting that we would find the bodies. I couldn’t believe they survived. They found the only place in the cave where they could possibly survive.” Along with Stanton and other cave divers from around the world, Volanthen will perform Their bold plan, to calm the boys before pulling them to safety. Unlike hospitals, where sedatives are monitored and vital signs checked, Volanthen must periodically stop to check that the sedated child is still breathing. During a tense moment in the trailer, Worranson begs one of the unconscious boys to “breathe.” A once panicked Volanson asked his teammates to calm himself down for a minute before saying, “Okay. We can do it.”

Farrell met Volanthen over a Zoom phone call to learn about the Briton’s speaking style, mannerisms and dress.Transformation is Farrell’s specialty and his penguin in blockbuster Batman Still a crowd favorite. He’s convincing in even outrageous roles, playing a newly single man who turns into a lobster if he doesn’t find a mate within 45 days. lobster and a suicidal, guilty killer in Bruges Farrell won the Golden Globe for Best Actor.

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Joel Edgerton drama Dr Richard Harris, Australian cave divers and anaesthetists were brought into the rescue mission after it became clear the boys had to remain calm before leaving the cave. “It’s crazy, immoral, illegal,” Harris said in the trailer, initially hesitant to think about the idea, acknowledging to a Thai official that he expected casualties.Convincing Harris to set aside standard medical protocols and continue sedating the kids was one of the highlights Thirteen lives This is part cave rescue, part medical mission. Once the kids were sedated, they were essentially “ragdolls,” and Harris made sure their heads were kept upright to keep their airways open. “I can’t tell you how wrong it felt,” he later recalled, having to strap oxygen masks to the sedated children and submerge their heads in the water to check if they could continue to breathe. He didn’t know if the children were alive or dead until they came out of the cave a few hours later.

Edgerton is no stranger to the superhero genre.He played Owen Rath in the play Star Wars: Attack of the Clones Episode 2 directed by George Lucashis recurring role in the Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi. Edgerton has starred in major movies such as Buzz Luhrmann the great gatsby and Zero Dark Thirty and directed critically acclaimed films such as Gift and boy erased. “I’m proud to show this film at a time when people are feeling isolated,” Edgerton said of his Thirteen lives. “At the end of the day, people want to help others.”

Chris Jewell, a British computer software consultant and expert cave diver, was invited to join the rescue. It will be his first rescue mission and the world is watching.Played by Jewell Tom Batemanhe is best known for his role in the historical fantasy drama series Da Vinci’s Demon and in the movie Murder on the Orient Express. During shooting Thirteen lives, Bateman recalled being stuck between some rocks and trapped underwater for about seven minutes. “I can see my heart rate getting higher. But its beautiful gift is getting over…it’s all in your head.”

howard ensured Thirteen lives Celebrating the heroism of the Thai people By having Thai actors play key roles. Sahajak Ventanajit (Fist of Vengeance) as Narongsak Osatanakorn, acting governor of Chiang Rai province, whose impossible job is to organize all the moving parts of this multifaceted rescue. Teeradon Supapunpinyo (bad genius) depicts Ekkaphon Chanthawong, a 25-year-old assistant coach and monk who keeps children alive by teaching them to meditate, preserve air and energy long enough until they are rescued. The coach is the most malnourished because he distributes his food to the children. Sukhrawat Kanalot (Marila: The Farewell Flower) as Saman Kunan, a former Thai Navy SEAL who died of lack of oxygen after placing air tanks in an increasingly crowded cave. An experienced diver and triathlete, his death highlights the danger to missing children and their rescuers. Pattrakorn Tungsupakul (A pair made in heaven) as Bu Ahong, the stateless mother of Chai, one of the boys trapped in a cave whose strong beliefs make the boys’ hope of survival dwindling. Napande Bouniai (cannot escape) as Thanet Natisri, a water engineer who leads the effort to fill sinkholes and divert rainwater that could rise and drown the boy.

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