The Impossible Review: A Tsunami of Hope?

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The Impossible is an absolutely astounding piece of work that is both a moving tribute to the perseverance of the Thai people after a tsunami struck its coast in 2004 and a true story of faith and a family of five that survived. It deserved every one of those Golden Globe nominations. Ewan McGregor is Henry while Naomi Watts stuns as his wife Maria. It is 2004 and they have brought their three young children to a paradise known as the beaches of Thailand. Within hours of their arrival, the catastrophic tsunami strikes.

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