Based on a True Story
In 1991 the fishing boat Andrea Gail was lost at sea off the coast of Newfoundland with six crew members. Years later, Sebastian Junger wrote about the tragedy in The Perfect Storm, and in 2000 the story was released as a movie starring George Clooney and Mark Wahlberg. Hollywood took interest in the fishing port of Gloucester and its waterfront for a short while, but for residents who live in the city, the fishing trade has been a way of life for hundreds of years
Perfect Storm 
Director: Wolfgang Petersen
Stars: George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg, Diane Lane, John C. Reilly, William Fichtner
Genre: Action, Adventure, Drama
Rating: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Emmy and Golden Globe-nominee George Clooney ("ER," "Three Kings") stars in this dramatic true story of the ill-fated crew of the Andrea Gail.
Actual Pictures of the Men portrayed by the actors
Billy Tyne played by George Clooney
Bobby Shatford played by Mark Wahlberg
Mike Moran, played by John Hawkes
Alfred Pierre played by Allen Payne
That was the fate of the Andrea Gail. The boat had sailed from Gloucester September 20 with six men on board heading to big banks at the end of Newfoundland, Canada, with the aim of capturing sword fish.
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