31 March 2015

First Trailer of “The 33” film is released

The film will be premiered on August the 6th this year, which coincides with the 5th anniversary of the accident

The first trailer of the film “The 33” was released. The film is based on the real story of the Chilean miners trapped in the San José mine at more than 700 mt (almost 3,000 ft) deep during 70 days in 2010.

The film will premiere on August the 6th and is starred by international actors like Antonio Banderas, who will play the role of Mario Sepúlveda, and Chilean actors like Alejandro Goic, who will play the role of Franklin Lobos. The premiere date coincides with the 5th anniversary of the accident.

In addition, the movie will be premiered in more than 10 countries in the continent, which include Trinidad and Tobago, and Jamaica, on September, 2nd.

You can watch the trailer here:


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