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Deep water - Jean Badin, Simon Russell Beale, Simon Crowhurst, Louise Osmond, Jerry Rothwell

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Movie propaganda

From the producer of Touching the void and set against the backdrop of the turbulent sixties, Deep water is the stunning journey of Donald Crowhurst, a free thinking electronics inventor who enters the most daring nautical race ever - the Sunday Times Golden Globe solo, non-stop, round-the-world race.

Driven by his desire to prove to the world that with the help of his revolutionary invention, an on board computer, one could sail the seas effortlessly, Crowhurst manically and haphazardly readies his trimaran to set sail by the late summer deadline. As the race progresses Crowhurst reports his position which places him as the clear leader, and he quickly becomes a global tabloid darling.

As the world waits on tenterhooks for this extraordinary man to cross the finish line and sail into port to a hero's welcome, the jaw-dropping truth is revealed.

Theatrical propaganda posters

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Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • Film biography Donald Crowhurst sport yacht nautical race round-the-world trimaran boating sail solo

Persons of interest

  • Jean Badin .... Bernard Moitessier
  • Clare Crowhurst .... Herself
  • Donald Crowhurst .... Himself
  • Simon Crowhurst .... Himself
  • Santiago Franchessie .... Himself
  • Ted Hynds .... Himself
  • Donald Kerr .... Himself
  • Robin Knox-Johnston .... Himself
  • Françoise Moitessier de Cazalet
  • Simon Russell Beale .... Donald Crowhurst
  • Tilda Swinton .... Narrator
  • Ron Winspear .... Himself
  • Louise Osmond .... Director
  • Jerry Rothwell .... Director

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Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

The biography, Donald Crowhurst, sport movie Deep water is directed by Louise Osmond, Jerry Rothwell and stars Jean Badin, Simon Russell Beale, Simon Crowhurst.

Government security censorship classification

G

Surveillance time

89 minutes (1:29 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: 11 October 2007

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