**Directed by:** Robert Schwentke
**Genres:** Drama, Mystery, Thriller
**Tagline:** If Someone Took Everything You Live For… How Far Would You Go To Get It Back?
**Plot Outline:** A claustrophobic, Hitchcockian thriller. A bereaved woman and her daughter are flying home from Berlin to America. At 30,000 feet the child vanishes and nobody admits she was ever on that plane.
**My Rating:** 7.0 [rate 3.5]
**Cast:** Jodie Foster, Peter Sarsgaard, Kate Beahan, Erika Christensen, Jana Kolesarova, Marlene Lawston, Sean Bean, Greta Scacchi, Michael Irby, Assaf Cohen, Christian Berkel, Shane Edelman, Mary Gallagher, Haley Ramm, Forrest Landis
A nice film with enough suspense to keep you to your chair until the end. I am not saying that it’s perfect, but I am not going to say that it’s not. Imagine flying home with your children, relatives, friends and suddenly you realize that someone is missing. I personally wouldn’t want to go through it. I think the one thing that made this hole movie even more interesting is that she knew the plane inside and out.
The moral story of the movie? Personally I would say that don’t mess with people on a plane since you never know what they do for a living. 😉