Flightplan: Living or Dead?

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2005 film by Robert Schwentke


Release date 2005
Released15 years (approx) ago
Duration 94 minutes
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About Flightplan

Flightplan is a 2005 German-American mystery-thriller film directed by Robert Schwentke, written by Peter A. Dowling and Billy Ray, and starring Jodie Foster, Peter Sarsgaard, Erika Christensen, Kate Beahan, Greta Scacchi, and Sean Bean. The film, distributed by Touchstone Pictures, was released theatrically in the United States on September 23, 2005. The film is about Kyle Pratt (Foster), an American aircraft engineer living in Berlin, Germany with her husband and six-year-old daughter. After her husband dies, Kyle decides to return to the U.S.A. with her daughter and the casket. A few hours into the flight, Kyle and Julia fall asleep. Kyle awakens to find that Julia is missing. She begins to panic when no one on board remembers seeing her daughter. When the flight attendants say her daughter's name is not on the flight manifest, the crew begin thinking that Kyle may be delusional. The plot's basic premise (albeit with a very different denouement) is similar to a 1955 episode of Alfred Hitchcock Presents titled, "Into Thin Air", as well as Hitchcock's 1938 film The Lady Vanishes.