Kursk

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Kursk
Barents Sea, August 12th, 2000. During a Russian naval exercise, and after suffering a serious accident, the K-141 Kursk submarine sinks with 118 crew members on board. While the few sailors who are still alive barely manage to survive, their families push for accurate information and a British officer struggles to obtain from the Russian government a permit to attempt a rescue before it is late. But general incompetence are against all their efforts.
Title Kursk
Release Date 2018-11-07
Runtime
Genres Drama History Thriller Action
Production Companies Belga Productions
Production Countries Belgium, Luxembourg

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SWITCH.
Presumably, lessons were learned in the aftermath of this disaster. But the fact that the filming of ‘Kursk’ was delayed after the Russian Ministry of Defence failed to provide a permit on time, with suggestions that they grew concerned over giving the crew access to classified locations and information, does make you wonder. - Jake Watt Read Jake's full article... https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/article/review-kursk-when-tragedy-and-bureaucracy-collide Head to https://www.maketheswitch.com.au/sff for more Sydney Film Festival reviews.

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