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Netflix fans have dubbed the documentary Last Breath a 'must-watch'. Want to know more? Well, here's the trailer for starters:
The documentary, which follows a commercial diver, has garnered rave reviews across social media, with many giving it their strongest recommendation.
Directed by Richard da Costa and Alex Parkinson, Last Breath follows a saturation diving accident which happened in 2012, when Chris Lemons' cable severed while he was around 100 metres under the sea without heat or light.
Taking to Twitter, one person wrote: "Last Breath on Netflix just made me cry my eyes out, such an incredible story 10/10 recommend!"
Another added: "I watched #LastBreath on @Netflix. Blown away. As far as documentaries go, this one had it all.
"A deep sea diver gets separated from his ship while working on the bottom of the North Sea. Absolutely terrifying. Google 'saturation diver' what an insane job."
A third person commented: "If you like things about gasping for air then check out the real life story called Last Breath on Netflix.
"You will literally be holding your breath!
Meanwhile, a fourth wrote: "For those who have not seen it the superb documentary Last Breath is now on Netflix.
"One of the most incredible stories. Check it out.
The documentary features first-hand accounts, archive and black box footage as well as underwater reconstructions.
Basically, it's got it all.
Last Breath was released on 5 April 2019 but it is still available to stream on Netflix.