Deep Water
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Deep Water

2006, Sports  -   12 Comments
Ratings: 7.88/10 from 17 users.

Deep WaterDeep Water is the stunning true story of the first solo, non-stop, round-the-world boat race, and the psychological toll it took on its competitors.

Sponsored by the Sunday Times of London, the much-ballyhooed event attracted a field of nine, including amateur sailor Donald Crowhurst, who set out to circumnavigate the globe in late 1968.

Battling treacherous seas and his own demons, Crowhurst almost immediately comes apart as he faces the isolation of nine months on the high seas.

Part adventure yarn and part metaphysical mystery, Deep Water is an unforgettable journey into one mans heart of darkness. From the director of Touching the Void.

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His Forever
11 years ago

I hate deep water --- too scary; nearly drown at age 6 or so. Can't stand pressure. Don't like stress. Sounds to traumatic to watch.

11 years ago

A sad and moving film
Highlights the pressures we put ourselves and our loved ones under when we feel that we have behaved in an unworthy fashion.

11 years ago

Thanks alot laurence....still an interesting doc, although a bit sad

11 years ago

I've been anticipating this. It's a great documentary. Like others, I was shocked at this story. It's heartbreaking.

11 years ago

interesting documentary. I think, focus or hero of the documentory should have been actual winner OR ultimatum French guy Bernard who said 1.5 round the world.
What a smart crook he was!!! You have calculate risk before taking, not without facing the result of the risk! Just roaming in sea and pretending to be around the earth! goosshh. shame.

11 years ago

Amazing story. Silly guy to end his own life to evade a reality of his own creation. But in those days honor had a different meaning than today.

Valts D?rznieks
11 years ago

Interesting and tragic story, must see.

11 years ago

Extraordinary story. A tale of short investment in an unworthy vessal and the consequences. What would the man have achieved, otherwise?

Keith Wilson
11 years ago

What a beautiful poignant film. Best doc I've seen in a long time as far as excellent and moving storytelling goes.

11 years ago

I've also seen this one before, but I'll be watching it again.

Highly recommended!

11 years ago

Saw this a year or two ago. Was not what I expected but well worth watching as it gets into the psychological aspects of the man and how the competition affects him. Excellent doc.