Sailing Movies And Documentaries

Part IV

You are now on page 4 of the sailing movies - list, where boats and ships are playing the leading role or are part of the film's decor. Some stories have very few or even no boats in them, but they all have a connection with the sea or the ocean.

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All is Lost

This one was made in 2013 in the U.S.A.

Robert Redford plays the leading and only role.

It's about a solo sailor who gets into trouble the moment he collides into a floating container, fallen off a cargo ship.

From this moment, everything goes south...

There's a big hole in his boat, water is entering fast and a storm is on its way.

Redford's character tries to cope with all these obstacles, but it only gets worse.

As the title says, it doesn't look good, so you have to see for yourself if he survives it or not!

Captain Phillips

This one was made in the U.S.A. in 2013.

It's based on a true story and Tom Hanks plays the leading part, the one of Captain Phillips. He does this in an excellent way!

You'll see how this huge Maersk container ship, the Alabama, gets hijacked by a small group of pirates. This happens on their way from Oman to Mombasa.

It all looks very realistic and you really feel the fear amongst the crew.

Navy vessels are alarmed and are trying to get everybody safe, which is pretty hard...

I definitely recommend you to see this one!

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