A transcontinental flight from Los Angeles to Washington DC, carrying three top scientists, unexplainedly begins a climb to 10 miles up. With all other passengers unconscious, the scientists find themselves in a dimension where time does not exist. There they are put on trial by denizens of the future for their potential involvement in the creation of "the ultimate weapon." Written by
Ray Hamel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Marcia Paxton is in seat 6 and Dr. Morris in seat 10. When the flight attendant is walking the aisle just after takeoff, only two rows separate the two passengers where there should be four. See more »
Opening credits list the three major actors as "Co-starring." See more »
Strange little "Twilight Zone-esque" Cold War/disaster film, hurt by low budget.
A miniscule budget works against the Cold War political theme of guilt and responsibility over control of nuclear weapons, in this little disaster film/morality tale hybrid. The dialogue leaves a lot to be desired, and the budget is non-existent. But a germ of an idea is there. The ending won't surprise anyone used to "The Twilight Zone."
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