'Crazy Rich Asians' Director Plotting His Own Thailand Cave Rescue Movie

'Crazy Rich Asians' Director Plotting His Own Thailand Cave Rescue Movie

'Crazy Rich Asians' Director Plotting His Own Thailand Cave Rescue Movie

He and other British divers who aided in the rescue returned to Heathrow on Friday morning.

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They ended up stranded on a ledge in the darkness for nine days before they were found by two British divers on July 2.

The Thai Navy Seal unit orchestrating the mission confirmed on its Facebook page that the remaining children, said to be the weakest of the group, had been guided out of the tunnel network.

All 13 members of the Wild Boars soccer team, including their coach, are recovering in the hospital.

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"The 4 Brits then did further supply dives to the soccer players, the coach and the four Thai Navy Seals which allowed them to prepare and sustain themselves for the rescue ultimately".

Fellow British rescuers John Volanthen and Rick Stanton said that Dr Richard "Harry" Harris had a great relationship with the boys while they were trapped in the cave system, the Herald Sun reports.

Asked if their actions might be seen as insensitive at such a delicate time, co-producer Adam Smith said: "There's going to be other production companies coming in so we have to act pretty quickly". No, we were just using a very unique skill set, which we normally use for our own interests and sometimes we are able to use that and give something back to the community.

USA studio Pure Flix - which makes inspirational Christian films - had producers were on the ground interviewing rescue workers before all 12 schoolboy and their football coach were freed.

The footage came as various outlets reported the boys and their soccer coach were sedated to prevent them from panicking or struggling as divers ferried them through black waters and cliff sides. "My job was to transfer them along", former Navy Seal Chaiyananta Peeranarong told the AFP news agency.

Divers prepare to resume Thai cave rescue
A third rescue operation to bring out the remaining four boys and their football coach from a flooded cave in Thailand has begun. Citing a former SEAL diver with the Thai Navy, the BBC reported that some of the boys were asleep, while others were "groggy".

"We were very, very pleased it worked out quite so well".

The 12 Thai schoolboys rescued from a cave this week were reportedly given a "small sedative" before they embarked on a rescue mission that continues to grab global headlines. "They just sat quietly without doing anything because it was dark", said Banpot, recounting what his son, who is still in the hospital, had told him.

"But I think at that point we realized the enormity of the situation and that's perhaps why it took awhile to get them all out".

"The most important thing to have was a full face mask which had been applied inside with positive pressure to enable them to breathe and to be relaxed enough so not to feel any anxiety during the process", he said. "He's got a very good bedside manner".

"It's an absolute tragedy", he said.

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