Thailand cave rescue, balak gawing "major Hollywood film with A-list stars"

by Jojo Gabinete
Jul 12, 2018

Back to work na si Cedjie Takumi Aquino at nag-resume na siya ng pagtuturo ng rock climbing, isang araw matapos ang tagumpay na pagliligtas sa trapped victims sa Tham Luang cave sa Chiang Rai, Thailand.


Si Cedjie ang Filipino rock climbing expert na tumulong sa paghahanap ng ibang lagusan sa kuweba para mailabas ang mga biktima na isa sa mga hindi niya makalilimutan na karanasan.

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Sa pamamagitan ng private message sa Facebook, itinanong ng Cabinet Files kay Cedjie ang mga aral na natutunan niya mula sa kanyang karanasan.

Pahayag niya, “I learned that in times of crisis, us human beings have the courage and heart to set aside our differences and work together to achieve something great.

"It was tiring, nerve-racking, frightening yet it was all worth it.

"To see people from different races, nationalities, color working side by side to find those 13 souls was euphoric."

Nagpapagaling sa Chiang Rai hospital ang Wild Boars team, samantalang inilabas na ng Thai Navy SEAL ang rescue video, na nagpatunay na sedated kaya nakahiga sa mga stretcher ang mga batang iniligtas nila.


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Ang cave-diving Australian doctor na si Richard Harris ang may idea na unang iligtas at ilabas sa kuweba ang bata na pinakamahina.

Siya rin ang nagpasyang turukan ng mild sedative ang mga bata para hindi mag-panic habang nasa ilalim ng tubig.

Ang malungkot na balita na pumanaw ang kanyang ama sa Australia ang natanggap ni Harris matapos mailabas mula sa kuweba ang lahat ng mga biktima.

Ang bigyan ng parangal si Harris ng Australian government dahil sa participation niya sa successful rescue mission ang isinusulong ng kanyang mga kababayan na itinuturing siya na bayani.


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Richard Harris

Dumating naman kahapon, July 11, sa Tham Luang cave ang US film crew na nagpaplanong gumawa ng pelikula tungkol sa mahigit sa dalawang linggong pagkakakulong ng Wild Boars team sa kuweba at sa daring and successful rescue mission.

Ito ang report ng The Nation ng Thailand tungkol sa balak ng mga American movie producer:

Pure Flix films managing partner Michael Scott said: “I see this as a major Hollywood film with A-list stars.”

Scott and co-producer Adam Smith have already conducted preliminary interviews.

Scott and Smith also plan to bring in a screenwriter and interview key players from the team of foreign rescuers and Thai Navy SEALS, the trapped footballers and their families and seek exclusive rights to their stories.

Asked if their actions might be seen as insensitive at such a delicate time, Smith said: “There’s going to be other production companies coming in so we have to act pretty quickly.”

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Scott, who’s married to a Thai woman and spends three months a year in Thailand, said they were not pressuring people over the interviews.

“I’ve told them: once this has died down let’s really sit down and have a more in-depth interview on what’s really happening,” he said.

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