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Epic All Is Lost trailer

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In all likelihood, you'll never find yourself in space, floating into the infinite void. As such, Gravity is scary in a nightmarish, only-in-dreams way.

All Is Lost is terrifying on a whole other level. Starring the award collecting Robert Redford as a soul-seeking sailor, a peaceful solo meander across the Indian Ocean becomes a fight for survival when his yacht collides with a shipping container.

As he ditches his boat and attempts to navigate ocean currents in a life raft, the sharks begin to circle and we all inch closer to the edge of our seat.

Directed and written (though it looks like the script could fit on a postcard) by J.C. Chandor (Margin Call), the following trailer for All Is Lost makes a hole in a hull look like the biggest tension wrench ever devised in cinematic history.





All Is Lost will drift into cinemas on 29 November

(Images: Rex, YouTube)

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