Synopsis of The Command (Kursk), the True Story of the Sinking of a Russian Nuclear Submarine


French – “The Command” (also known as “Kursk”) is a 2018 drama film directed by Thomas Vinterberg. This film is based on true events that occurred in 2000 when a Russian submarine named K-141 Kursk had a tragic accident in the Barents Sea.

Set against the backdrop of the world of naval and space exploration, “The Command” offers viewers a thrilling and thrilling experience. Here’s the full synopsis!

The film The Command AKA Kursk tells the story of the crew of the Kursk submarine consisting of members of the Russian Navy. They are brave men who are trained to work underwater in dangerous situations. The Kursk submarine is equipped with nuclear ballistic missiles and is conducting military exercises alongside other submarines.

However, while undergoing the exercise, a mysterious explosion occurred which destroyed the front of the submarine. The explosion trapped the Kursk on the ocean floor, with most of its crew still alive in the isolated stern of the ship. The submarines were badly damaged and their oxygen supply was running low.

In the rescue effort, the Russian government is trying to get help from foreign countries. However, the complicated coordination process and political struggles caused delays that were fatal for the crew trapped inside the submarine. Meanwhile, the families of the crew members of the Kursk submarine are experiencing deep anxiety and uncertainty, hoping for a miracle to save their loved ones.

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