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USS Cooper: Return to Ormoc Bay

Summary
USS Cooper: Return to Ormoc Bay is a 2005 Philippine documentary film produced by Bigfoot Entertainment and directed by Daniel Foster. The film documents the fate of an American destroyer that was torpedoed during World War II. Synopsis A daring world record scuba dive to the sunken is witnessed by a man who nearly perished on that same ship over sixty years ago. The destroyer was found to be at a depth of – deeper than the world record technical dive of . Traveling to dangerous depths, this film takes the time to remember fallen heroes, honor comrades and acknowledge those who made great sacrifices. The film explores the state of tragedy, the incomprehension we face when confronted with great, unspeakable loss. This documentary features Rob Lalumiere's record-breaking 193-meter dive to place a memorial plaque on the shipwreck. Production Team
  • Director/director: Daniel Foster
  • Producers: Daniel Foster, Leica Cruz
  • Executive Producers: Michael Gle
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