Remember the 12 young Thai schoolboys and their coach who were stuck in a cave for 9 days ?And now, more than a year since the event, this thrilling event has been adapted for the big screen for the first time ever.
Tom Waller, director of Mindfulness and Murder and The Last Executioner, directed The Cave, a Thailand-based project that is his dramatic retelling of the youth football team the “Wild Boars” rescue from northern Thailand’s Tham Luang cave.
But instead of the youth football team, the movie delves deeper into the rescuers’ perspectives of tackling the cramped, dark and water-filled environment to reach the boys and their coach.
“The one who suffer from claustrophobia, there should be a warning,” Waller said jokingly in an interview. “You might get a little bit anxious.”
Let’s check out the trailer here:
I’m looking forward to this movie. What about you ?