Thai Cave Rescue season 1 review


Its timing is strange considering that two other shows/movies based on the same true story are currently being released. And it’s too long, which makes the story feel tedious. On the other hand, you will remember some good acting and really emotional scenes.

There are no spoilers in this review of the Netflix limited series Thai Cave Rescue Season 1.

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It’s really great to see a Thai production get a major release on Netflix. And in case you don’t know, this covers the Tham Luang cave rescue mission. In 2018, 13 young footballers and their youth coach went into a cave. However, after some heavy downpours, they all found themselves trapped inside. The six-episode series covers the mission to rescue her.

The strange thing, however, is that it’s one of three currently released that covers the real story. First there is Thirteen Lives (which arrives on Amazon Prime). And then there’s cave rescue. In addition, there is also The rescue which aired on National Geographic last year. Is there any point in it at all? Thai cave rescue?

Well, first of all, my biggest criticism of the series is its length. The story of the real life rescue mission could have been covered very well in the length of the film. And although I didn’t see it Thirteen Lives, I would imagine this condensed the story into a much more condensed form. There might only be six episodes (ranging from 45 to 60+ minutes), but they can feel pretty taxing at times. If there had been fewer episodes, I think the show would have had a lot more punch.

Coming back to the mass release of the true story, the timing of the series is pretty unfortunate. It could be the show’s biggest downfall. This could be because most viewers may be turning their attention to the Amazon Prime film starring Viggo Mortensen and Colin Farrell. The A-list additions can attract an audience that may therefore overlook this series. Because let’s face it, not many will watch both the movie and the series based on the same event. And that’s really a shame for the Thai team that made and produced the series.

Starring in the show are Papangkorn Rerkchalermpoj as junior coach Eak and Arisara Wongchalee as Mark’s mother Namhom. Their deep sadness, regret and all the emotions they show are very strong. Bravo to them. When Thai cave rescue If you want to arouse emotions, it definitely does. Those familiar with the attempts to rescue the trapped soccer team will know that there is tragedy along the way. And with that, alongside the raw emotions of parents whose children are trapped in the cave below, it’ll be hard not to shed a tear. In short, it might not be the best to watch. However, it will evoke strong feelings.

What do you think of Thai Cave Rescue Season 1? Comment below.

You can watch this series with a Netflix subscription.

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