Synopsis: During WWII, a pilot and her crew carry a small group of American soldiers and an unknown cargo. However they get caught in a storm and they are forced to land in what is thought to be enemy territory. But the small island they land on holds more than men with guns.
Director(s): Kevin Gendreau
Production: Overseas Filmgroup
85 min

- I understand.

Sergeant Li, Miss Smith!

Let me see your grenade.

Miss Smith ... - I'm huts.

Do you know how to use this?

I know. - Okay. If it

encounters a stranger,

I want to make the catch and

throw them on the plane, okay?


The explosion will destroy all around.

I'm counting on you.

You'll be fine.

I do not think there's someone.

Maybe just an animal.

I not wered.- Good. You will

need us to take us back.


Captain, have you seen

the side of the plane?

Yes. What you could

do it on the B29?

And if there are more?

Can it be fixed? - To correct?

Should not the first

to find what we do so?

It was not a Japanese plane.

Thank you, though I have

no experience, I realized.

Whatever it was, it does

not change our situation.

We need to get off. Is it

possible to sustainably?

I have no idea. Parts

of the problem.

No luck, Colonel.

Okay. First things first. Check

for enemies on the island.

You and your girlfriend stay here

and repair the damage to the plane.

You'll be safe here. - We

do not need security.

My girls have received the same

training as the male pilots.

They can take care

of themselves.

After what happened last

year, we must do something.

I think confusing

orders with options.

Just advise colonel on the

resources under his command.

Well, Miss Quigley will remain with Ms.

Smith to repair the damage.


Betsy, I've got to know

what it takes to take off.

Aye, aye, Captain.

Keep your weapon with you and

be close to the aircraft.

Watch the sky.

Before you ask, I'm staying

with you, Captain.

That's what I thought.

Stay close.

Spread out or stay in sight.

We will look for evidence of the

presence of the enemy on the island.

Fuel, medical supplies

and parts for airplanes.

Possible sources of water and food.

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