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Nov 9, 2021

[Answer] 2. George Clooney plays a captain of a fishing boat that goes out for one more catch at the end of the season despite the dangers of a storm. What kind of storm was it?

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...1. Hail 2. Perfect 3. Snow 4. Thunder "The Perfect Storm" (2000) depicts the sea as its more vicious self. A 'perfect storm' is often defined as a low pressure system coming in one direction, a high pressure system coming in another direction, and winds of hurricane force. The film is based on Sebastian Junger's non-fiction book on an actual incident out of the fishing town of Gloucester, Massachusetts. The Andrea Gail sets out in these dangerous waters and the entire crew is lost. The film was praised for its special effects but the screenplay lacked characterization but the cast was a strong acting ensemble.




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