Richard da Costa, Alex Parkinson
Commercial diver Chris Lemons finds himself trapped at the bottom of the North Sea with his umbilical cable severed, after a computer error caused the boat above to drift away from its dive site. Alone with no oxygen and no means of communication, his chances of survival are slim.
Docu-drama Last Breath recreates his story, placing the viewer at the heart of desperate attempts to reach him. Directors Richard da Costa and Alex Parkinson skilfully blend archival footage with emotional firsthand accounts to create this fascinating tale of impossible survival.
Director Richard da Costa and Dive Supervisor Craig Frederick will join us for a Q&A following the 6.00pm screening on Friday 12 April.
"It’s truly heartening and awe-inspiring to realise the human ability in such distressing moments, seeing how the team was planned for the unplanned, executing the operation with precision, patience and perseverance." ★★★★★ - The Upcoming
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