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Flightplan (23-Sep-2005)

Director: Robert Schwentke

Writers: Peter A. Dowling; Billy Ray

Keywords: Thriller

A grieving mother on a transcontinental flight with her daughter must solve a mystery concerning her child's inexplicable midair disappearance.

ABSTRACT
Well-heeled aircraft engineer Kyle Pratt's husband dies under suspicious circumstances outside his Berlin apartment, sending the grieving woman and six-year old daughter Julia aboard a flight from the German metropolis to New York City to bury his body. Waking up from a lengthy nap during the transcontinental flight to find her daughter missing, a worried Kyle learns that there is no record of her child ever having boarded the flight, soon embarking on a quest to find answers tens of thousands of feet in the air as she begins to slip deeper and deeper into hysteria.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Sean Bean
Actor
17-Apr-1959   Boromir in Lord of the Rings
Matthew Bomer
Actor
11-Oct-1977   Neal Caffrey on White Collar
Erika Christensen
Actor
19-Aug-1982   Caroline in Traffic
Jodie Foster
Actor
19-Nov-1962   The Silence of the Lambs
John Benjamin Hickey
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25-Jun-1963   Philip Stoddard on It's All Relative
Michael Irby
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16-Nov-1972   Charles Grey on The Unit
Peter Sarsgaard
Actor
7-Mar-1971   Shattered Glass
Greta Scacchi
Actor
18-Feb-1960   The Player
Brent Sexton
Actor
23-Jul-1953   Stan Larsen on The Killing

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