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Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

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Published: Friday 2005-11-18.

Yesterday I went to the cinema to see Flightplan. The movie is about a newly widowed woman who is travelling back to the USA after her husband had died in an accident in Berlin. With her, she brings her six-year-old daughter, who mysteriously disappear, after the plane has taken off.

I found Flightplan to be a really good movie, with several twists and turns. Jodie Foster performs a believable role of a desperate newly widowed woman who tries to do everything in her power to find her daughter…who no-one on board claims to have seen. The film is not nasty in the sense that you get scared all the time, instead is maintains a level of “nastiness” throughout, which makes the film exciting to watch.

I can definitively recommend Flightplan, I think you will like no matter whether you are easily scared or if you see Friday the 13th as nice family entertainment an evening at home.

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