THE SWARM TRAILER
FOR NEW GERMAN SERIES
Although it will not air anytime this year, as it is scheduled to arrive sometime in 2023, German ZDF has released the first teaser trailer and character posters for their high end ambitious sf series THE SWARM which our dear Beta Film is distributing around the world. Nordic, Italian and
French broadcasters will also take part in this European coproduction. The eight part series is an adaption of Frank Schätzing’s novel that has been translated into 25 languages and has Game of Thrones' Frank Doelger as the executive producer.
|Der Schwarm will arrive in 2023!|
The global environmental thriller is set in the present day, where anomalies and unnatural behavior in marine animals are causing upheaval all over the world. Mysterious events from the depths of the oceans are piling up all over the world: whales are destroying boats, deep-sea crabs are attacking beaches, and mussels are paralyzing container ships. A previously unknown ice worm is destabilizing continental slopes in the oceans and triggering tsunamis, and a deadly pathogen is spreading in drinking water from the coasts. More and more people in the world are in mortal danger. THE SWARM follows a global group of scientists who come together to tackle one of the biggest challenges mankind has ever faced and go on a life-threatening mission on their own. The traces lead them with their research ship into the eternal ice. They make the chilling discovery that deep at the bottom of the sea resides a collective intelligence which has suffered the ravages of civilization on its habitat - and decided to fight back.
WHO IS IN THE TEAM?
Leonie Benesch plays the marine biology student Charlie Wagner, who collects ocean current data for her professor Katherina Lehmann (Barbara Sukowa) on the Shetland Islands. Alexander Karim plays Sigur Johanson, who is asked by a Norwegian oil company for a biological report and discovers the dangerous ice worm alongside Tina Lund (Krista Kosonen). While French molecular biologist Cecile Roche (Cecile de France) struggles with a deadly bacterium in drinking water, Canadian whale researcher Leon Anawak (Joshua Odjick) tries to explain the whales' unusually dangerous behavior. The international research team also has data analyst Alicia Delaware (Rosabell Laurenti Sellers), space researcher Samantha Crowe (Sharon Duncan-Brewster) as well as the student Amir (Eidin Jalali) and the Japanese philanthropist Mifune (Takuya Kimura). Alban (Oliver Masucci), captain of the technically sophisticated research ship Thorvaldson, and the diving robotics expert Roscovitz (Klaas Heufer-Umlauf) embark on a daring mission into the eternal ice with the scientists.
Good for underwater intelligence fighting back. I always seethe when I see missiles being shot into the ocean for testing. How many sea creatures each time? Or the over fishing. The senseless killing of whales and dolphins, especially in the Asian countries. It's just insane how little regard humans have for this planet's life. This is probably one I won't watch though because large plots of water make me uncomfortable.ReplyDelete
I guess they shoot missiles in empty waters where there is no life, but the whale hunting defo is disgusting especially in Japan where they are offended by us being offended by it.Delete
2023?! I still forget that it's 2022 from time to time. LOLReplyDelete
I do too, and it constantly shocks me when I realise how many years I have, because I tend not to think about it and forget it deliberately.Delete