Ein Vogelschwarm beschädigte am 15. January 2009 shortly after starting the engines of a passenger plane was launched from LaGuardia Airport in New York City. Der Pilot Chesley B. Sullenberger entscheidet sich für eine Notwasserung auf dem Hudson River, on board were 155 People. Six minutes after the Airbus A320-214 was lifted, landed the pilot the machine without it crashed on the Hudson River. Alle Passagiere konnten ohne Massenpanik evakuiert werden und Kapitän Sullenberger wird seitdem als Held gefeiert. Warner Bros. brings this true story now in theaters. Tom Hanks is here in the role of pilot Chesley B. Sullenberger schlüpfen. Regie führte niemand Geringeres als Clint Eastwood. Also starring are Aaron Eckhart (The Dark Knight), Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad) and Laura Linney (The Exorcism of Emily Rose) to see. Theatrical release in our region is the 1. December 2016…
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