An older film, 1950s. Monochromatic with a few familiar faces. It is also quite dated obviously but I enjoyed the blatancy of the dialogue and the model work was pretty good too. You could see they mixed real ship footage in with the models but its done pretty well given its age. I really enjoyed it even though it was slightly inaccurate about the sinking itself. The ship going down in one piece. A number of witnesses said it broke up but one of the officers said it went down in one piece so that was what was widely thought at the time and only disproved when discovered by Ballard. I would recommend watching it, I didn't think I would be able to get through a 60 year old film in black and white but I was highly entertained for the whole 2 hours.
In a dystopian future, people lead lives devoid of joy, enforced by state oppression and regular injections. But Bale questions his reality and rebels against the norm and regains his personal freedom and in doing so discovers a world of beauty and that there’s more to life than just living.