After being submerged for more than three minutes, she finally emerged and clung to a tree. She was scared, alone, and convinced she was going to die, but in a miracle that inspired the new movie The Impossible, her mother and her family survived.
She lost part of a leg in the tragedy, but she miraculously (spoiler alert) she managed to reunite with the rest of the family, pure happiness. The ■■■■ are more than 283,000. Belon, a house doctor who stayed at home, got out of the ordeal thanks to someone else. Belone: Yes.
The Impossible is based on the true story of one of the survivors, Maria Belon, a Spanish tourist who was resting by a swimming pool in Thailand with her husband and three young children when the tsunami struck. The ball was yellow and in the film it is red, Belon says, referring to the Christmas present from one of her children.
The real Belon family - Maria, Enrique and their three children Lucas, Tomas and Simon - are Spanish, but on screen they are played by British actors Naomi Watts, Ewan McGregor, Tom Holland, Samuel Joslin and Oaklee Pendergast.
The 2004 Christmas Day Tsunami is considered the deadliest tsunami in history, killing more than 230,000 people in 14 countries. It began at 7:59 am local time on December 26, 2004, when an earthquake measuring 9.1 on the Richter scale struck Indonesia’s northern tip of Sumatra.
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Chrissy Metz’s new Breakthrough film, starring in This Is Us, tells the true story of Missouri teenager John Smith. In 2015, John remained underwater for 15 minutes after a marine accident. Johns fully recovered after his mother Joyce prayed for him in the hospital.
The tsunami of December 26, 2004 in the Indian Ocean was caused by an earthquake that would have had the energy of 23,000 Hiroshima-type atomic ■■■■■. Hours after the earthquake, deadly waves from the epicenter hit the coasts of 11 countries, damaging the country from East Africa to Thailand.
A series of giant waves caused by an earthquake killed more than 230,000 people in 14 countries. Edie Fassnidge lost her mother and her sister in the tsunami. She and her boyfriend were injured but survived. They were kayaking in Krabi, Thailand when the waves were coming.
Karl Schweber, a German trying to find his wife, Kathy, and his daughter, Gina, to join Henry in reuniting with their families. The Impossible is a 2012 film about a family involved with tens of thousands of aliens in the chaos of one of the worst natural disasters of our time, the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami.
The Impossible is based on the true story of one of the survivors, Maria Belon, a Spanish tourist who was relaxing by a swimming pool in Thailand with her husband and three young children when the tsunami struck. The ball was yellow and in the film it is red, Belon says, referring to the Christmas present from one of her children.
In the film, two parents and their three children survive the tsunami and are reunited in the hospital where the injured mother was taken. A boy rescued from the rubble is miraculously reunited with his father in the same hospital. A happy ending and one that makes you happy.