USS Indianapolis in July 1945. The ship, commanded by Captain Mc Vay, with 1,196 sailors on board, tasked with delivering supplies wanted to construct an atomic bomb. In return, the ship is hit by a Japanese submarine and sank within the Pacific Ocean in lower than 12 minutes. 300 sailors die on the spot. The crew is pressured to face for 5 days, a whole lot of risks: shark assaults, dehydration, hunger, hallucinations and despair. Solely 317 handle to flee alive from this example. The day Hiroshima was bombed.