The 33It's nearly the five-year anniversary of the Chilean mining disaster that left 33 men trapped 2,3000 feet underground for over three months, and to mark the occasion, Warner Bros. has released the first trailer for the movie dramatization of the event.

"The 33" focuses on both the miners underground, as well as their loved ones and government officials working to free them above ground. Led by Mario Sepúlveda (Antonio Banderas) and foreman Luis Urzúa (Lou Diamond Phillips), the men teamed up to stretch their meager rations (just a few days worth), find possible escape routes, and keep up morale.
The 33- Trailer No. 1
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The trailer emphasizes the feel-good, hopeful, "we're all in this together" aspects of the miners' survival. There are fiery speeches by Banderas and Rodrigo Santoro, who plays the Chilean mining minister. The movie also stars Gabriel Byrne, Juliette Binoche, and James Brolin.

"The 33" opens in theaters November 13.

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