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When director Steven Quale began researching tornados for a natural disaster film he turned to YouTube for inspiration from eye witness accounts to convey the real terror and devastation of twisters. “Into the Storm,” out in U.S. theaters on Friday, starts with a seemingly average day in the fictional Midwest town of Silverton that quickly changes when a storm system sweeps through, bringing the strongest tornadoes ever seen, including a monster mile-wide twister. Quale said, “People are always drawn to what frightens them. They’re fascinated with the power and the destructive energy that tornadoes or hurricanes or any big natural phenomena have.”



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