The film is based on a true story in an article by Ty Gagne

The film about an experienced climber who survives a blizzard will be directed by Malgorzata Szumowska.

‘Infinite Storm’ has just released the trailer before it hits theaters on March 25. Unlike the first two months of 2022, March is likely to be a busy month for big film releases, including a small project called ‘Infinite Storm’ starring Naomi Watts.

Based on Ty Gagne’s article, “High Places: Footprints in the Snow Lead to an Emotional Rescue” will be directed by Malgorzata Szumowska.

‘Infinite Storm’ will tell the story of Pam (Naomi Watts), an experienced climber climbing Mount Washington who turns around before she reaches the summit after seeing a huge snowstorm approaching.

However, when he encounters a lone stranger on his way back, he decides to take them both to safety before being permanently caught in the storm.

The film’s trailer sets a chilling set with captions over a mountain backdrop telling viewers that Mount Washington in New Hampshire has the fastest wind gusts at around 221 miles per hour.

Featuring Pam getting ready to take a trip up the mountain, climbing alone and attracting the attention of a local shopkeeper named Denis O’Hare.

Pam joked that mountain climbing was cheaper than therapy. The scenery began to change as the wind slowly began to blow and giant storm clouds formed.

That makes Pam turn around as the storm gets bigger, then the story really begins when she meets a man (Billy Howle) on the edge of a cliff. Pam called him John because he couldn’t talk in such cold weather, so he helped the man down the mountain to save his life.

But it turned out to be not that easy because John didn’t think they could go down the mountain as the reality of their deadly situation became clearer.

The finale of the trailer features more chilling and terrifying scenes as Pam falls into a pit and John falls into a frozen river in the middle of the night. Also a glimpse of Pam’s life cut short regarding a princess who is not known to be alive or not.

From the trailer alone, ‘Infinite Storm’ looks like a ruthless survival thriller that can leave audiences glued to the edge of their seats. Bleecker Street Films has created many emotional stories that address various aspects of humanity with critically acclaimed films such as ‘Logan Lucky’, ‘Mass’, ‘Colette’ and ‘Teen Spirit’.

Considering that this film is based on a true story, it is certainly enough to make the audience go to the local cinema to watch this film.

‘Infinite Storm’ is set to be released on March 25 in theaters.

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