The first trailer for "The 33," a film about the 2010 mining accident in Chile, has been released, and it's sure to pull at your heartstrings.
Starring Antonio Bandera, Lou Diamond Phillips, James Brolin and Juliette Binoche, the film centers on the amazing true story of 33 Chilean miners who were trapped underground for more than two months. The event, and miraculous survival of the workers, garnered plenty of attention in the media and is now being brought to the big screen by director Patricia Riggen.
The trailer offers a glimpse at the struggle and perseverance of the workers and those who fought to save them. The movie, which will no doubt be a touching one, was filmed with cooperation of the actual miners, their families and their rescuers.
You can watch the entire trailer above (you might want to grab some tissues).
"The 33" opens November 13.
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