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Rated PG-13 · 125 minutes · 2015

The day they started pulling the Chilean miners out of a collapsed mine in October 2010 was a very exciting day. It was one of those few news stories everybody was happy about. The dramatization starts with a party that introduces some of our heroes, including a delightful Lou Diamond Phillips and an extremely cheesy Antonio Banderas as designated group leader, Mario Sepúlveda. The miners' descent into the mine on that fateful day features some wonderfully spooky foreshadowing—they pass shrines to lost miners, ruined equipment, and broken mirrors that indicate a shifting mountain. Even though we know how it ends, The 33 is still nail-bitingly tense. At least, it is for a while. Then Banderas gives one too many pep talks, and the film takes a Disney-esque turn away from what must have been much, much darker in reality. (127 min.).
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Director: Patricia Riggen
Producer: Mike Medavoy, Edward McGurn, Robert Katz, Carlos Lavín, Leopoldo Enriquez, Alan Zhang and José Escolar
Cast: Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro, Juliette Binoche, Gabriel Byrne, Lou Phillips, Mario Casas, Juan Raba, Tenoch Huerta, Adriana Barraza, Kate del Castillo, Cote de Pablo, Bob Gunton, James Brolin, Jacob Vargas, Oscar Nuñez, Marco Treviño, Elizabeth Razzo and Naomi Scott


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