For four young backpackers it seemed like a dream come true; a week cruising the world’s most beautiful coral reef on their own yacht.
But when their boat capsizes leaving them stranded on the overturned hull the dream turn into a nightmare. What should they do? Stay with a damaged hull that could sink at any moment or try to swim for land?
Finally deciding to swim, the friends take to the water. As they close in on land a fin surfaces and with it the realisation that they are being stalked by a deadly fifteen foot shark. Will any of them make the swim or will the sea take what it wants?
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I thought this was excellent, budget Open Water with a Shark. The Reef sees a yachting holiday go wrong, when the boat is upturned. The party of 5 then have to decide whether to stay and sink, or swim to un-seeable land. Their only defence, and it is located on the Great Barrier Reef. The cast is good, it is shot brilliantly and it is gripping from almost the start. There is plenty of action, tension and it is a bit of a roller-coaster. Based on real life survival stories the Australian film is believable, entertaining, swift and remarkable for a 'low-budget' style movie. If you like sharks, diving/snorkelling, mixed with tense scares, then you maybe pleasantly surprised by this cult film.
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