Thai Cave Rescue movie ‘Thirteen Lives’ released in theaters and on Amazon Prime
The cinematic account of the famous rescue of a football team of Thai boys trapped in a cave, “Thirteen Lives” was released in select theaters last weekend and on Amazon Prime Video.
The film, starring Viggo Mortensen and Colin Farrel and led by Ron Howardshows the hard work an international team of cave divers put in to get the boys and their coach out through a flooded cave system.
The rescue also highlighted the efforts of more than 90 divers, around 50 from the global cave diving community, including veteran UK cave rescue experts. Rick Stanton (who Mortensen represents) and John Volanthen (who Farrell rooms).
The film was shot in Australia and Thailand, and production began in March 2021, according to Deadline.
“Thirteen Lives” will start broadcasting on Amazon Premier it happens friday august 5. If you want to watch Thirteen Lives and you don’t have an Amazon Prime account, you can sign up with a Free 30 day trial here.
Check out the trailer below.
In the Thirteen Lives true story, twelve boys and the coach of a Thai football team are exploring Tham Luang cave when an unexpected storm traps them in a chamber inside the mountain. Buried behind a maze of flooded underground tunnels, they face impossible obstacles. A team of world-class divers scours miles of dangerous cave systems to discover that finding the boys is just the beginning.