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Open Water 3 - Cage Dive [1080p] (2017) [PORTABLE]



Cage Dive follows three American tourists making an audition tape of a shark cage dive for a reality TV show. A catastrophic turn of events leaves them stranded in the waters of South Australia surrounded by hungry great white sharks.




Open Water 3 - Cage Dive [1080p] (2017)



Open Water 3 Cage Dive follows three American tourists making an audition tape of them shark cage diving to submit to an extreme reality show. But a catastrophic turn of events leaves them stranded in baited waters of South Australia, surrounded by hungry great white sharks.


Gerald Rascionato: The film was shot in a few locations. First beginning in Los Angeles and then we flew to South Australia to do the real shark cage dive. After that we flew to Queensland, where the water was a little warmer, to shoot the open water scenes.


Gerald Rascionato: The moment that stands out not only from the shoot but also in my life, is when we finished filming an open water scene with the actors and they swam back to the boat. I stayed in to capture some B-roll footage of a ship in the distance. After I got the shot I suddenly felt this eerie feeling being the only one left in the water. Everyone else was back on the boat by now. I swam back to the ladder and I called out for someone to take the camera so that I could take my flippers off to climb up onto the boat.


Joel Hogan: One particularly challenging moment was during the start of our open ocean shoot, while we were filming off the back of Captain Pablo's boat, Amazon. We were filming a scene where there was a lot of debris floating around in the water. This debris was made up of different plastic and wooden objects that were attached to multiple fishing lines and tied onto the back of the boat. Us actors had to then swim around amongst the debris while performing a short scene with dialogue. We kept getting our hands and feet tangled up in the fishing line, all while trying to swim against a strong current. I even ended up cutting my foot on some sharp plastic, which started to bleed, making it even more treacherous being in the water.


Joel Hogan: A particularly funny moment for me was when we were doing the shark dive in South Australia. Gerald, Megan, Josh, and I were all about to go underwater in the cage for 45 minutes straight, where we wouldn't be able to speak to each other and needed to come up with some "very clear" underwater hand signals so Gerald could direct us through the scenes we were about to shoot.


Now underwater, we went through and filmed the first scenes we had discussed. But, then Gerald started making very indistinct hand signals describing the scenes he wanted us to do next. We all looked at him and his new, unestablished, highly elaborate hand signals, completely puzzled. Megan, Josh, and I all shrugged our shoulders, letting Gerald know we weren't sure what he was trying to communicate with his improvised hand signals. Gerald then started playing underwater charades with us, as he floated around the cage bumping into the sides, trying to act out what he wanted us to do for the next scene. Bubbles were going everywhere as we were all cracking up, laughing at Gerald's struggle to direct underwater and his "throwing out" of our prearranged hand signals.


Annnnyway. After a few days partying, the kids make their way to the boat for cage dive time. We already know, via the medium of Found Footage and various news reports/interviews leading up to this recorded account of events, that Something Bad Happens. 041b061a72


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