The chilling ghost story behind ‘The Curse of the Queen Mary’ comes to Ecuador: this is everything you need to know before watching the film | Cinema | RECREATION

 The chilling ghost story behind 'The Curse of the Queen Mary' comes to Ecuador: this is everything you need to know before watching the film |  Cinema |  RECREATION

During Halloween night in 1938, during a family trip aboard the RMS Queen Mary, mysterious and violent incidents begin to occur that may be connected to another family today aboard the infamous but infamous ship.

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The Haunting of the Queen Mary tells the story of the ship that first sailed the North Atlantic Ocean between 1936 and 1967 and the many deaths and rumors of ghost sightings on board that have permeated popular culture. .

This British horror film from director Gary Shore, starring Alice Eve, Joel Fry, Nell Hudson, William Shockley and Lenny Rush, combines a real piece of history with a fictional one. horror narrative to present a dark, twisted and bloody version of the legend surrounding the ship.

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It witnessed an important part of the history of the 20th century, including the Second World War, which made it a relic of the past, which is now preserved as a museum-hotel in Long Beach, California.

But aside from its historical significance, the Queen Mary has gained widespread exposure due to its infamous history as the scene of many deaths, some of which were included in the film. At least 47 deaths have occurred on this ship since its maiden voyage in 1936.

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Many of these deaths can be attributed to occupational hazards, such as the accident depicted in the film, when a boiler room worker was accidentally exposed to hot steam, or when in 1948 a British third-class passenger the deceased in a room, which Since then it has been the center of many supernatural activities.

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Another real life event was when, on October 2, 1942, the Queen Mary accidentally rammed her escort ship HMS Curacoa, killing 239 people on board and leaving only 99 survivors.

The film, with a duration of 1 hour and 54 minutes, will reach all Ecuadorian cinemas on Thursday, November 30. During the hours, visit the local billboards. (AND)

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