The Deep

The Deep
The Deep

Film Details

Year

1977

Duration

119 minutes

Genres

Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Following on from the success of Jaws, this is an adaptation of another of Peter Benchley's ocean-based thrillers. This time the monster of the deep is a giant moray eel, awaiting unwitting tourists on an adventure holiday in Bermuda. But the threat doesn't only come from nature: when Romer and Gail discover what they hope is buried treasure, they inadvertently reveal a cache of morphine lost in the war - and the local drug lord will stop at nothing to get it.

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