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Capsized (2014)

| Short, Drama, Thriller
Using only a cell phone, a young bride-to-be must find a way to save her fiancé from drowning in a cargo hold of a capsized cruise ship.

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Alex Castillo
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Stephanie Norris
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Jackie Brookes
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Lt. Andrew Marcus
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Christian Perez
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Search and Rescue Operator
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Melinda Chase ...
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Dawn Westlake ...
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Marissa Meizel ...
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Casey Barrow ...
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Teresa Hucal ...
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Erika Hucal ...
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Ryan Shultz ...
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Sarah Villalobos ...
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Using only a cell phone, a young bride-to-be must find a way to save her fiance from drowning in a cargo hold of a capsized cruise ship. Stephanie is a beautiful bride-to-be, basking in the excitement of her fast approaching wedding to her fiance, Alex. The joy is cut short when Amanda calls to alert Stephanie of the live news coverage detailing a catastrophic accident off the coast of Southern California. She is shocked to discover that the capsized vessel is the same ship that Alex is on. Stephanie struggles to reach Alex while taking in the television news footage of the catastrophe. Finally, Alex calls with desperation in his voice. He is trapped in a cargo hold and needs her to contact the Coast Guard. His cellular signal is weak and the phone drops the call. Written by Anonymous

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The news coverage shown in "Capsized," was filmed on location at the famous El Matador State Beach in Malibu. El Matador has been used in many films including "Grease," "True Romance," and "The Notebook." See more »

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