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Film on the basis of Thai cave rescue operation in work

Following an international rescue operation, the 12-day boys and their soccer coach's 18-day test, which were rescued from the cave in Chiang Rai province on Tuesday, were re-created in a film.

Pure Flix Entertainment is looking for the rights to develop a film on worldwide tracked effort, reported diversity. Pure Flix CEO Matt Scott, who lives in Thailand part-time, has been on rescue scene for several days. Scott told The Hollywood Reporter, "I have seen that bravery and heroism are incredibly inspirational, so, yes, it will be a film for us".

On Tuesday, Discovery Channel announced a documentary on theatrical events, which will be released on Friday.

11-16 year old boar soccer team players and their 25-year-old coach raised the thum luang nang non-cave in northern Thailand on June 23. After the increase in flood waters they were trapped there. He was discovered on June 3 and was rescued after a three day operation involving experts from many countries, including Thai Navy Seal, United States Indo-Pacific Command and British cave diving experts. While the evacuation was being planned, the divers were supplying oxygen and food in the cave for several days. 38-year-old Thai Muhar, Saman Guan, died on 6th July after leaving the cave after supplying the air.

Scott said that he talked to 90 families involved in the rescue operation and some family members of the stranded boys in the cave. Scott said, "This was a team effort actually involving the British, Australian, Americans and Thai, and the divers told us incredible stories." "He had less than five meters visibility, fought hard currents and used a divers system of two divers to save each boy, it was a great effort."

Scott said that the story was personal for him because Kunan was his wife's friend. "It's not about just one movie, it's about honoring all involved, including the soldiers involved," he said.

Pure Flixics Entertainment produces Christian Family Films, which include Gods Not Dead Franchise, whose first installment was the most successful independent film in 2014. Scott told The Hollywood Reporter that he could release the movie under the fur flicks mainstream banner, Pinkel Peak.

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