Blue Miracle, an upcoming Netflix film starring Jimmy Gonzales and Dennis Quaid, tells a true story sure to inspire. The story centers on Casa Hogar, a real-life Mexican orphanage that struggled to survive after Hurricane Odile hit Mexico’s southern Baja California peninsula in 2014.
“Maybe God just wanted to get all the unluckiest kids in one building so he can crush us all out,” says one of the orphans in the trailer as the storm rages outside.
To save the Mexican boys home from bankruptcy, the residents and staff enter the Bisbee’s Black & Blue Fishing Tournament, the biggest of its kind in the world, in hopes of winning big.
Quaid arrives midway into the trailer as a self-professed “two-time champion of Bisbee’s Black & Blue Tournament” who’s told he doesn’t qualify unless he teams up with a local fisherman in Mexico. That’s where he partners with the members of the orphanage to help lead them to victory.
Blue Miracle release globally on Netflix on May 27
Story reproduced from an article in People.com