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The Red Sea Diving Resort is a 2019 covert operative spine chiller film about a gathering of global specialists and Ethiopians who in the mid-1980s utilized a betrayed occasion retreat in Sudan as a front to sneak a huge number of outcasts to Israel. The covert group doing this mission is driven by Ari Levinson (Chris Evans) and Kebede Bimro (Michael Kenneth Williams). The cast likewise incorporates Haley Bennett, Alessandro Nivola, Michiel Huisman, Chris Chalk, Greg Kinnear, and Ben Kingsley. It debuted at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival on July 28, 2019, and was discharged on July 31, 2019, by Netflix. 

In view of the genuine life salvage endeavors of Operation Brothers, the film highlights Mossad operators based out of a Mossad-worked resort named "Arous on the Red Sea"[1] up the coast from Port Sudan[2] attempting to protect and clear Jewish-Ethiopians from Sudan to Israel in 1984. 

In August 2015 American movie merchant Fox Searchlight purchased the rights for the film.[3] Development on the movie was first reported in March 2017, with Gideon Raff coordinating and composing the screenplay, and Chris Evans and Haley Bennett cast.[4][5] In April, Michael K. Williams joined the project.[6] In May, Greg Kinnear, Alessandro Nivola, and Ben Kingsley were added to the cast, with a shooting begin date of June 22 set up. The shooting occurred in South Africa and Namibia.[7] Chris Chalk was thrown on June 15.[8] 

In February 2019, Netflix procured circulation rights to the film.[9] It had its reality debut at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival on July 28, 2019.[10] It was discharged on July 31, 2019.[11] 

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an endorsement rating of 27% dependent on 15 audits, with a weighted normal of 4.56/10.[12] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted normal score of 31 out of 100, in view of 5 pundits, specifying "for the most part ominous reviews".[13]

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