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Adrift is a movie starring Shailene Woodley, Sam Claflin, and Jeffrey Thomas. A true story of survival, as a young couple's chance encounter leads them first to love, and then on the adventure of a lifetime as they face one of the...

Thriller, Romance, Action, Drama, Biography, Adventure
Baltasar Kormákur
Elizabeth Hawthorne, Jeffrey Thomas, Sam Claflin, Shailene Woodley

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Genres Thriller, Romance, Action, Drama, Biography, Adventure
Director Baltasar Kormákur
Writer David Branson Smith, Jordan Kandell, Susea McGearhart, Tami Ashcraft, Aaron Kandell
Stars Elizabeth Hawthorne, Jeffrey Thomas, Sam Claflin, Shailene Woodley
Country USA, Hong Kong, Iceland
Also Known As Μετά την καταιγίδα, À Deriva, Kým prišla búrka, En pleine tempête, Kol dar neatejo audra, Niskhafim, Vidas à Deriva, Podivljalo more, Die Farbe des Horizonts, 41 dni nadziei, Resta con me, Adrift: A True Story, À la dérive, Izgubljena med valovi, Supravietuind pe mare, Viļņu varā, Než přišla bouře, A la deriva, Sodródás, アドリフト 41日間の漂流, Giành Anh Từ Biển, Triivijad
Runtime 1 h 36 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The film begins with Tami awakening on the sailing yacht Hazaña after being unconscious for some time. After regaining her memory that Richard did not come below with her, she searches the crippled yacht in hopes of finding her fiance Richard and soon realizes he has been swept overboard after his safety harness broke during the hurricane. Tami screams in anguish and it is revealed that Tami is all alone, with no ships or land in sight. Back to 1983 (five months before the catastrophic hurricane), Tami arrives in Tahiti on board the schooner Sofia and meets Richard Sharp, a British sailor. Richard then invites Tami for dinner on board his boat, named Mayaluga. During a conversation, while having dinner together, Richard reveals that he experiences hallucinations while at sea. Back in real-time, Tami is stranded on board a crippled Hazaña and finds out that all the electronic devices are ruined by water damage, preventing her from making distress calls. Tami spots the lost dinghy with Richard clinging onto it and tries to sail the ship towards Richard but to no avail. After falling off the yacht and almost drowning, Tami has no choice but to make repairs to the ship in order to get it moving. She makes a makeshift sail using a broken pole and a storm jib (a triangular sail). She also uses a pump to prevent the cabin from flooding and then makes her way towards Richard. After successfully saving Richard, Tami realizes that Richard has broken ribs and a shattered right shin. While searching for food supplies, Tami realizes that she has a severe head injury and stitches the wound with a sail needle and thread..

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Friday, 01 May 2020 21:59

This is a story of two people who are in the process of traveling across the globe for the next month, from Amsterdam to California. They're a single man and a single woman, and they both have a bond and a connection that they want to maintain. There are plenty of people on the line, one being their mother who has been taking care of them since they were young, and the other is the person they want to spend the rest of their lives with. To make things even more complicated, the two get caught up in the most extreme circumstances imaginable. So I can see where people would be left wondering where the story was heading. And I can understand where some people would have a problem with the direction the movie took, but I don't think the film deviates from the book. For one, it's not a simple story of "what happens after you get there", which some people might say is the whole point. I think that's how I'd describe the story. The main characters are more or less on a journey, and the journey is made with some twists and turns, and the twist and turn aren't just the type of twist you see in other movies. There are a lot of twists in the book, and they're not just random ones, but ones that are meant to make you think. The twist at the end of the movie doesn't fit the general message of the book, but I can imagine that if you read the book, you'd enjoy the film. It is a good movie, but it's not the best movie of the year. It's a good movie, but I think it's an average movie.

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