The latest trailer of "Deepwater Horizon" makes the audience breathless and moved at the same time with its story about disasters and family sentiment.
Back to the silver screen after the huge success of Lone Survivor, famous director Peter Berg and actor Mark Wahlberg will together "rebuild" the historical event Deepwater Horizon explosion taking place in 2010.
Recently, the filmmakers have released a new trailer with a series of tragic scenes on the vast ocean. Not only that, the trailer also reveals many important details about the fierce battle the leading character, Mike, and other explorers have to go through.
Deepwater Horizon opens gently with the scene of Mike's family. He works for a large company with millions of moving parts. And his responsibility is to make sure those parts work properly and effectively to bring back benefits for the company. Unfortunately, disaster strikes when a drilling rig explodes on April 20, 2010, killing 11 crewmembers, resulting in the biggest oil spill in U.S. history. Since then, the film becomes more and more fierce than ever.
Especially, with an extremely genuine cinematic language, director Peter Berg leads us to the extreme emotions. The audience will be strongly impressed with the scene where the crewmembers fall down in that terrible fire. But during the darkest hours, courage leads the way for them. And we all are moved when Wahlberg's Mike shouts: "I will see them again, do you understand me?", referring to Felicia, his wife and Sydney, their daughter.
But can their survival instinct, endurance and the limit of physical and mental suffering help them survive the disaster?
The answer will hit theaters on Sept. 30. The film co-stars John Malkovich, Kurt Russell, Gina Rodriguez and Dylan O'Brien.