K-19: The Widowmaker
Based on actual events, this movie uses dramatic license to tell the story of the K-19. Shortly into the Russian submarine's maiden voyage, one of its two nuclear reactors blew a high-pressure cooling line. Because there are also nuclear warheads on board, the malfunction needs to be remedied before disaster ignites the bombs and an explosive cold war response.
|MPAA Rating||PG-13 for disturbing images.|
|Theatrical Release||July 18, 2002|
|Cast||Harrison Ford, Liam Neeson|
|2002 Paramount Pictures||Official Movie Website|
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