Baltic Storm
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Baltic Storm
In an era when at-sea disasters have grown increasingly rare thanks to "foolproof" naval technology, the September 28, 1994 wreck of the ferry boat M/S Estonia raised more than a few eyebrows. En route from Talinn to Stockholm, via the Baltic Sea, the craft capsized and 852 civilians never reached their destination. In recounting this tale cinematically, writer-director Reuben Leder (brother of Mimi "Deep Impact" Leder) adapted German reporter Jutta Rabe's conspiracy thriller about the event. The picture - like its source - suggests that classified weapons were being… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"BALTIC STORM is another movie that proves old adage of history repeating itself first as a tragedy than as a farce."
‑ Dragan Antulov, Draxblog Movie Reviews
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