March 21, 2023

The International Trailer For Juan Antonio Bayona’s THE IMPOSSIBLE Starring Naomi Watts, Ewan McGregor


When people ask you if you can remember what you were doing or where you were on a particular day, probably alot of the time you wont have a clue but when it’s a anniversary for a world disaster you always seem to remember. 9-11, Haiti Earthquake, recent Japanese Tsunami & Earthquakes but on December 26th 2004 probably one of the most devastating Tsunami’s witnessed on tv worldwide South East Asia which is the focus of Juan Antonio Bayona’s new film THE IMPOSSIBLE.

The Impossible mark’s Bayona’s English Language feature debut, the director’s name may not be well known outside his native Spain however if we say he directed the Guillermo Del Toro produced The Orphanage I’m sure a few more film fans may know of his work now. His latest offering stars Naomi Watts, Ewan McGregor which tells the true story of one family’s experience during the 2004 Tsunami and over the interwebs the film’s first official teaser trailer has arrived on the disaster’s 7th anniversary. The film is in English however this new teaser trailer is dubbed in Spanish but what this trailer does do is showcase the stylish,also terrifying environment but never over stylizing in a way been disrespectful to the 300,000 people who lost their lives, it certainly teases and that’s what a teaser trailer should do.
Twitch found this trailer and have kindly translated the intertitles

On December 26, 2004, a devastating tsunami hit the coast of Southeast Asia.The lives of thousands of families around the world changed forever. This is the true story of one of these families.

Soon as a English language version of this trailer arrives online we’ll post it hereat The Peoples Movies.The Impossible is quickly becoming one of the highly anticipated films for 2012 which has a October 2012 release date for USA however reading this month’s Empire Magazine (February edition) here in UK&Ireland we have an even longer wait until 2013! We’re still in the last days of 2011 this will probably change but when ever the film arrives it’s going to be a tearjerker