The Hollywood movie on the 33 miners who were trapped deep underground in 2010 is being released in Chile.
Thursday’s release comes a day after the fifth anniversary of their saga.
Spanish actor Antonio Banderas and French actress Juliette Binoche star in “The 33.” The film dramatizes the cave-in at the mine in Chile’s Atacama desert and their globally televised rescue that mesmerized millions worldwide.
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Banderas plays Mario Sepulveda, who became the public face of the trapped miners.
Binoche plays Maria Segovia, the sister of a miner who became known for her outgoing personality as “the mayor” of the makeshift settlement that rose outside the mine.
“The 33” was shot on location in Chile and at a mine in Colombia.