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The Impossible

In December 2004, close-knit family Maria (Naomi Watts), Henry (Ewan McGregor) and their three sons begin their winter vacation in Thailand. But the day after Christmas, the idyllic holiday turns into an incomprehensible nightmare when a terrifying roar rises from the depths of the sea, followed by a wall of black water that devours everything in its path. Though Maria and her family face their darkest hour, unexpected displays of kindness and courage ameliorate their terror.
  • Genres: Drama
  • Running Time: 103 minutes
  • Release Date: Tuesday, January 1, 2013
  • Country: Spain
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: PG-13 [ Brief Nudity, Disturbing Injury Images, Intense Realistic Disaster Seq ]
  • Starring: Naomi Watts [Maria], Ewan McGregor [Henry], Tom Holland [Lucas], Samuel Joslin [Thomas], Oaklee Pendergast [Simon], Marta Etura [Simone], Sönke Möhring [Karl], Geraldine Chaplin [Old Woman], Johan Sundberg [Daniel], Ploy Jindachot [Caregiver], Jan Sundberg [Daniel's Father], La-Orng Thongruang [Old Thai Man], Tor Klathaley [Young Thai Man], Douglas Johansson [Mr. Benstrom], Emilio Riccardi [Morten Benstrom], John Albasiny [Oliver Tudpole]
  • Directed by: J.A. Bayona [Director], Sergio SĂĄnchez [Screenwriter], BelĂ©n Atienza [Producer], Álvaro AugustĂ­n [Producer], Ghislain Barrois [Producer], Enrique LĂłpez Lavigne [Producer], Sandra Hermida [Executive Producer], Javier Ugarte [Executive Producer], Fernando Velazquez [Original Music], Óscar Faura [Cinematographer], Elena Ruiz [Film Editor], Bernat Vilaplana [Film Editor], Shaheen Baig [Casting], Eugenio Caballero [Production Design], DĂ­dac Bono [Art Director], Jaime Anduiza [Art Director], Pilar Revuelta [Set Decoration], Maria Reyes [Costume Designer], Anna Bingemann [Costume Designer], Sparka Hall [Costume Designer]
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