In this tense story of an unusual romantic triangle, middle-aged Ann (Vanessa Redgrave) and her teenage daughter Joanna (Susan George) manage a failing hotel on an island off the British ...
It's an interesting character study of an alcoholic, and, with the good direction (and lead performance) of Cliff Robertson, it manages to keep your attention all the way through.
The photography is amazing, and anyone into aviation will definitely enjoy this (I'm not, but my dad is a pilot, and he loved it).
Mike Hagan is a pilot in passenger service and candidate for the honor "Best Pilot of the Year".
Nobody knows that he's got private sorrows - he's an alcoholic.
It's just a simple, quiet story about a good pilot with a drinking problem.
And because of the simpleness, it's actually pretty riveting.Incidents, accidents and cases that are brought to an airline’s Professional Standards committee have the lack of communication as a primary causal factor.Although some may dispute this, the very nature of a pilot’s work is to constantly be testing and analyzing reality, so clearly this is a trait you want to keep if you have it. You can’t quite put your finger on it, but he seems cop-like.What are the signals that pilots radiate that non-pilots don’t?But you can't hide for ever and he seeks help from a fellow pilot.