Netflix is tirelessly striving hard to please all its subscribers and to keep them entertained day and night. Well, honestly speaking this not the easiest task to set for one-self. So to keep-up with the users demands, Netflix has launched yet another new offering. This time it’s not a long life promising show which will come-up with new series, it’s a film. Dubbed as The Red Sea Diving Resort, the latest release of Netflix is based on a real life story.
The Red Sea Diving Resort is Netfilx’s new release
The best way of watching a film is to know the least about it, however this law cannot be applied for all. The Red Sea Diving Resort revolves around the outrageous plan of setting-up a fake resort conspired by Mossad.
The Red Sea Diving Resort stars Chris Evans as a big damn hero rescuing Ethiopian refugees.
— Screen Rant (@screenrant) July 29, 2019
The resort is supposedly build on Sudanese shoreline and is an actual happening. The news have been trending on internet and social media for past 12 months. However, the biggest question is will people love to see it on screen?
“@ChrisEvans understood that this was a story about humanity”: Captain America actor, wearing Star of David necklace, was ‘passionate’ about role as Israeli agent who freed Jewish Ethiopian refugees, says @Netflix director of “The Red Sea Diving Resort”https://t.co/JvXZubC503 pic.twitter.com/T6das1YojC
— Michael Dickson (@michaeldickson) July 24, 2019
What the film holds for us?
Well the entire story-line of the movie can simple be summed up by a just a dialogue (which is not even 100 words long) that is delivered by Mossad in the film. Let’s try, just read the following line and you’ll obviously know what the film is all about!
— Screen Rant (@screenrant) July 31, 2019
So your idea, just to reiterate, is to send a group of Jews to a Muslim country … to run a fake hotel in order to rescue a group of black Jews who might not be able to survive a 1,000-kilometer walk across the desert, to be smuggled out to sea by Israeli Navy Seals to an Israeli ship.”
— IndieWire (@IndieWire) July 29, 2019
Well, the launch of the film is bound to bring the-now-in-the-background topic of Mossad back to spotlight. One of the set-backs of the film is its lack of emotion. I mean how come such an incident not hold several heart-wrenching, emotional scenes that make viewers sob till its hard to breath?
'Red Sea Diving Resort' hits Netflix today. Here's the unbelievable Mossad op behind it https://t.co/uTCnyPbL16
— Haaretz.com (@haaretzcom) July 31, 2019
Well, whatever Netflix made cannot be changed. So if you are on the outlook of new stuff on Netflix, then you can try The Red Sea Diving Resort!
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