Flight 7500

Synopsis: On May 12th, Vista Pacific Flight 7500 departs Los Angeles International Airport bound for Tokyo. The take-off is routine but what transpires over the next ten hours is anything but ordinary. As the overnight flight makes its way over the Pacific Ocean, the passengers encounter what appears to be a supernatural force in the cabin.
Director(s): Takashi Shimizu
Production: Pinema
 
IMDB:
4.8
PG-13
Year:
2014
97 min
938 Views


3071, Wincom...

...runway 1 clear for takeoff.

- All right, runway 1 clear.

- 610 heavy, go ahead...

610 go ahead...

Trans Atlantic 219...

- Okay.

- 7500, do you copy?

Death is part of life...

7500, say again.

you don't want to...

waste one second of it...

7500, please respond.

"FLIGHT 7500"

"You are not alone"

Four hours earlier...

Hi, I'm so sorry I'm late.

How we looking?

- All set.

- Okay.

- Thank you. Do we have any specials?

- No.

I think we got a light load.

Oh, thank God because

I'm runing on three hours of sleep and

I'm having massive hangover.

- How's your sister's wedding? How was it?

- It was beautiful.

Yeah but honestly, kinda freak

me out a little bit.

I'm engaged for 18 months.

My sister meets this guy and I hopped

three months later

they're married.

I mean on paper it's all wrong

but I don't know,

they have this look in their eyes.

She marries for passion...

and pancakes.

Yeah.

My mom gives it a year max.

She thinks that

Nick is much safer but...

really, he's cute.

Look, Photobooth,

went a little crazy.

A little? He is cute.

but Suzy, I hope this wasn't the look

on your face when Nick proposed.

- What do you mean?

- Well....

No, I was just tired and...

and the vodka was kicking in.

I'm just kidding.

Hey, will you, um...

- mind the floor?

- Yes.

- Suzy, welcome aboard.

- Hmm?

Attention, passengers.

Now boarding Vista-Pacific flight 7500

to Tokyo at Gate 3B.

Hey.

- Hi, welcome aboard.

- You didn't need to upgrade this.

I don't know about this one

but I would be perfectly comfortable

in cattle class.

How long have we talked

about this trip? Ten years?

- I have the miles, let's do it in style.

- Exactly, champagne all the way!

It's gonna fit. Let's just try it.

Oh, God, I hope I'm not

sitting next to that.

He's hungry, he's not homeless.

Honey, I have

so much rules to add.

I don't want to sit next

to people eating Chinese,

Indian, kimchi,

fat people, babies,

snorers, drippers, you know,

people with lice, gingivitis...

Wow, that's like ten rules.

I know honey, I just want our

honeymoon to be perfect.

- Oh, here we are.

- Okay, let me check.

- Okay. see, it's perfect.

- Yes.

- Welcome aboard.

- Thank you.

Upper-class is right upstairs.

Enjoy your flight.

Thank you.

Since you got the upgrade,

first round of sake is on me.

- Deal.

- And the second, and the third

and I'm treating you

to that spa in Ganza.

The one with the oxygen facials.

Awesome.

This is gonna be the trip of a lifetime.

Excuse me. I'm sorry.

Welcome aboard

Vista-Pacific flight 7500.

We would like to remind you this time that your

primary storage is located at the overhead vent above.

Additional storage is located

underneath the seat in front of you.

Oops, sorry.

Konnichiwa.

- To Tokyo.

- To Tokyo.

- So Excited. Oh my God.

- Okay.

Excuse me captain, I have an urgent

message from ground control.

Oh, always get me!

They said a very important

check was overlooked.

- Oh, thanks for bringing that to my attention.

- You're welcome.

Hi. Three whole days

in Tokyo together.

- Just the two of us.

- Yep.

Yep...

- Oh, it's corporate. Gotta check my schedule.

- Okay.

Okay.

Okay.

Yes. look, I'm in pre-flight

checks right now.

Yep.

We gotta get in there by six.

Going to get more champagne...

- We should tell them.

- We can't.

I'm not gonna be able

to pull off three weeks.

- What were we thinking?

- Well, we were thinking it was too late to pull out

and ruin their once in a life time

non-refundable trip.

Oh, Come on, it's three weeks.

Three weeks, when we come back,

we tell everyone it's over.

Simple.

Oh, please God, no.

Please God, no, no, no.

Oh boy!

No, please God, no!

- No.

- That could be a problem.

Welcome aboard

Vista-Pacific flight 7500.

- Please find your seat as soon as possible.

- Oh, thank God.

We'll be soon taking off.

- Oh, yeah.

- You're happy?

- Yes.

- Yeah.

Check out all these empty seats.

This is perfect. I can put all

my trash bags there,

- I can put my purse here and I...

- Excuse me.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is

your Captain Pete Haining speaking.

I'll be assisted by co-pilot

Tom Henderson.

We are looking forward

to take you to Tokyo.

We'll finish boarding in a few minutes

and then we'll be on our way.

- Honey...

- What?

Maybe we swap seats?

- Yeah, yes.

- Love you.

Okay, uh...

It's okay.

Excuse me, hi, uh...

There are some empty single seats

behind us here.

maybe when we're in the air,

you could move

so that we could all have a bit of rooom.

- I like it here.

- Okay.

Okay...okay...

- What?

- Really? Okay...

LAX Plan. This is

Vista Pacific 7500 Heavy.

Looking to pick up clearance for Tokyo.

Vista Pacific 7500, clear for Tokyo,

be at the Seal Beach

5 departure is filed, climb...

and maintain 10,000 feet.

Look, I gotta go.

You can't get on a plane without saying

"I love you". It's bad luck.

Sorry I freaked out.

Skype me when you land.

You'll see everything will be okay.

Don't worry!

We don't even know yet.

Come on, you gotta say it...

"I love you."

Please take a few moments now

to locate your nearest exit...

Okay, I love you

but I gotta go.

The jacket may also be manually inflated

by pulling the air tubes at shoulder level

In the event of a change in cabin air

pressure, an oxygen masks

will automatically drop from a

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