The open ocean, 1974. Filming is delayed…once more. The lead actors—theatre veteran Robert Shaw and younger Hollywood hotshots Richard Dreyfuss and Roy Scheider—are crammed right into a too-small boat, completely on the mercy of foul climate and a defective mechanical co-star. Alcohol flows, egos collide, and tempers flare on a chaotic voyage that simply would possibly result in cinematic magic…if it doesn’t sink them all.
Step behind the scenes of the making of Jaws with Colin Donnell (Something Goes, “Chicago Med”) as Roy Scheider. Ian Shaw (Struggle Horse, Frequent) as his father, Robert Shaw and Alex Brightman (Beetlejuice, Faculty of Rock) as Richard Dreyfuss.
Directed by Olivier Award winner Man Masterson, co-written by Ian Shaw and Joseph Nixon, and impressed by Robert Shaw’s expertise taking part in Quint on that infamous shoot.
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