Official Trailer for Remarkable Underwater Survival Doc ‘Last Breath’
“At no indicate did we consider that we weren’t going to get him back.” Dogwoof has denounced an central trailer for a stirring underwater presence documentary patrician Last Breath, a underline entrance of filmmakers Richard da Costa Alex Parkinson. This “docudrama” hybrid tells a story of blurb diver Chris Lemons, who went to work one day for a slight investigation of a drilling structure during a Huntington oil field, some 115 miles easterly of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. He was 262ft underwater when his umbilical line got snagged and severed, withdrawal him with usually an puncture atmosphere tank – with usually 5 mins of atmosphere to breath, and a rescue 30 mins away. The film utilizes endless recreations to tell a story, along with extraordinary archival and black box footage from a tangible incident. Looks chilling and remarkable, another heated presence doc to watch.
Here’s a central UK trailer for Richard da Costa Alex Parkinson’s doc Last Breath, from YouTube:
In 2012, diver Chris Lemons lay trapped underneath a North Sea. His umbilical wire was totally severed, withdrawal him but respirating gas or any tie to a dive bell. Alone in a dim waters but any means of communication, his chances of presence were slim. Docu-drama Last Breath recreates his story, fixation a spectator during a heart of unfortunate attempts to strech him. Filled with romantic testimony, repository footage and fascinating technical detail, it is an edge-of-the-seat loyal story on a standard with anything that James Cameron competence have devised. Last Breath is co-directed by filmmakers Richard da Costa Alex Parkinson (“River Monsters”, “Legend Hunter”), both creation their underline directorial debut. This premiered during a Glasgow Film Festival progressing this year. Dogwoof will recover Last Breath in UK cinemas starting April 5th subsequent month. No central US recover date is set. Stay tuned for some-more updates. Interested?