Flightplan

Flightplan
Flightplan

Year

2005

Duration

93 minutes

Genres

Drama, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Three hours into a transatlantic flight home to bury her dead husband, American aeronautical engineer Kyle suddenly loses the young daughter who was sitting next to her. But the crew and her fellow passengers, who deny her daughter was on the flight, struggle to believe the girl could have just disappeared and begin to think that Kyle is disturbed and delusional. Playing on post 9/11 fears of air travel, this is a tense, claustrophobic, mostly plausible thriller that features a committed central performance by Jodie Foster as Kyle, who uses her knowledge of airplane design to search for her missing daughter.

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This film has a few uses of mild bad language and contains moderate violence and suspense.

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