. . . in the ground, particularly when monsoon rains fill them up with water for eight months, as happened just after THE RESCUE. But even if you're scuttling along alone, half-submerged in an underground ditch toward the outer edge of Fiborn Quarry, and the back of your sweatshirt gets snagged on a jagged rock underwater when you have just a few inches of breathing room above, you might quickly realize that you're on your own getting out of your predicament because hunting season is five months away and nobody will happen along to stumble across your remains AT LEAST until then. Conversely, you might be high and dry on Horseshoe Mesa on the abandoned Grandview Trail within the Grand Canyon when cave scat spooks your little sister, forcing you to chunk rocks at her legs to motivate her to climb back up to the East Rim. (Perhaps it's the ounces sweat away there that allow a safe escape from another tight spot hidden deep within a semi-wild King's Canyon cavern a few days later.) And probably it's best NOT to encourage your spouse to squeeze through that drain tile they keep on hand at the Wind Cave Visitor Center.
The Rescue chronicles the enthralling, against-all-odds story that transfixed the world in 2018: the daring rescue of twelve boys and their coach from deep inside a flooded cave in Northern Thailand. Using a wealth of never-before-seen material and exclusive interviews, E. Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin keep viewers on the edge of their seats as they bring alive one of the most perilous and extraordinary rescues in modern times, shining a light on the high-risk world of cave diving, the astounding courage and compassion of the rescuers, and the shared humanity of the international community that united to save the boys. —Greenwich Entertainment
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