The 33 men trapped in a mine for over three months in Northern Chile had three days’ worth of food and water, the first trailer for “The 33” reveals.

Antonio Banderas stars in the movie based on the true story of the 2010 Chilean mine disaster.

“You’re my brother; we’re going to pull together to get out of here,” Banderas’ character Mario Sepúlveda says in the trailer, released Wednesday by Warner Bros. Pictures and Alcon Entertainment. “I believe we’ll make it out of here because I choose to believe it.”

Patricia Riggen directed the film, and Mikko Alanne and José Rivera wrote the screenplay based on Hector Tobar’s book “Deep Down Dark.” The movie also stars Rodrigo Santoro, Cote de Pablo, Juliette Binoche and Lou Diamond Phillips.

“The 33” opens in theaters on November 13.