All Is Lost

All Is Lost
All Is Lost

Year

2013

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

It may be virtually dialogue-free, but this nail-biting, man versus nature tale will keep you on the edge of your seat. Centring on a powerful performance from Hollywood legend Robert Redford, the hugely atmospheric action thriller sees his unnamed character alone aboard his 39-foot yacht in the middle of the Indian Ocean when terrible disaster strikes. A stray cargo ship container has perforated his vessel, filling the cabin with water and taking out the navigation and communication equipment. As the experienced mariner sails unsuspectingly into a violent storm, he must rely on his strength, ingenuity and nautical knowledge to survive. However, the longer he’s lost at sea, the worse his problems get, leaving him facing his own mortality.

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Contains one use of strong language

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