Gird your loins for the sight of a hot sweaty Matthias Schoenaerts trapped in a submarine with a bunch of hot sweaty men, all of them gracefully stubbled and grizzled and gorgeous, no doubt -- he's re-teaming with Far From the Madding Crowd director Thomas Vinterberg for Kursk, the real-world story of a Russian Submarine that sank in the year 2000 when a torpedo accidentally fired, leaving the 20+ sailors on-board in a fight for hot, sweaty survival. It's based on the book A Time To Die: The Untold Story of the Kursk Tragedy, a title which makes it sound like there might not be a happy ending? Well, as long as Matty is hot and sweaty and maybe wears one of those turtlenecks that Gary Cooper wears in the submarine movie Devil and the Deep...
This sounds more interesting than Schoenaerts other two projects.
You could be right! He's a finer actor and should have finer parts.
He does. With a couple of exceptions I've been disappointed with the roles he has gotten since Rust and Bone.
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