The rescue effort of a team of young Thai football players from an underground cavern will be next year to show up in a Netflix tv series. The Thai government will itself contribute to the series
That is Tuesday, published. Name of the series and precise broadcasting are not yet known. “Just as the rest of the world, we were for days in the ban of the news about the rescue operation,” said Jon M Chu, the head of the project and is primarily known for the romantic comedy ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ from 2018. “We get the help of the Thai government, Netflix, and of SK Global and Starlight’, he added.
The series tells the story of a dozen members of a football team are between 11 and 16 years of age on 23 June last year on a visit were in the Tham Luang-Khun Nam Nang Non Cave in Chiang Rai province, 1,000 kilometres north of Bangkok. By suddenly rising flood, they were, however, two weeks solid. That was the reason for the largest rescue operation in the history of Thailand. Also elsewhere in the world came to help showed up.
After they were saved, were the football players a few weeks of these world-famous touring artists. They made their appearance in ‘The Ellen Show’ on CBS in the USA and they also played a friendly match with some mates on the Jeugdolympiade in Buenos Aires in October.
In addition to the Netflix series is currently working on a Thai movie with the title, ‘the Cave’ (Cave) on the same rescue operation. Which should be in June premiere, a year after the boys got stuck in the cave.
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