The Burning Sea Trailer Highlights Massive Disaster on the Open Sea

The Burning Sea Trailer Highlights Massive Disaster on the Open Sea

The Burning Sea, the third entry of the critically acclaimed Norwegian disaster movies, received its first trailer, showcasing a large-scale disaster on the open seas.

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The film stars Kristine Kujath Thorp, Rolf Kristian Larsen, Anders Baasmo, Bjørn Floberg, and Anneke von der Lippe. The film comes from a script written by Lars Gudmestad and is directed by John Andreas Andersen. You can check out the trailer for The Burning Sea below:

The Burning Sea is the third film in a trilogy of Norwegian disaster films, following up both The Quake and The Wave, with Andersen also having directed The Quake.

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“In 1969, the Norwegian government announces their discovery of one of the world’s largest oil fields in the neighboring North Sea, launching a prosperous period of offshore drilling,” reads a synopsis for the film. “50 years later, the environmental consequences begin to manifest – a crack has opened on the ocean floor, causing a rig to collapse. A team of researchers, including submarine operator Sofia, rushes in to search for the missing and assess the cause of the damage, but what they discover is that this is just the start of a possible apocalyptic catastrophe. As rigs are evacuated, Sofia’s loving companion Stian becomes trapped in the depths of the sea, and Sofia must dive in to rescue him.”


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