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Thunderbird (2001)

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Leonard Whitefeather's macabre visions lead to a case of mistaken identity when a downed airmail plane is mistaken for the Great Thunderbird. Convinced that the plane's departure will bring... See full summary »

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Redmond
Diz White ...
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Leonard Whitefeather's macabre visions lead to a case of mistaken identity when a downed airmail plane is mistaken for the Great Thunderbird. Convinced that the plane's departure will bring about his immediate death, he prepares himself for the afterworld. In order to sidestep fate, his daughter and friends capture the pilot, preventing him from leaving, but can they change Leonard's destiny? Written by Ward Swan <ward@angelsmith.net>

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16 September 2002 | by (West Hollywood, CA) – See all my reviews

An astonishing directorial debut - as monatodras suggests, THUNDERBIRD displays a greater flair for the medium than many studio films, and is certainly better edited. Having edited several studio films myself, I can state this with authority.

How short film directors manage to shoot professional quality biplane sequences is anyone's guess, but if you happen to be at a festival where THUNDERBIRD is showing, go see it. I look forward to Mr. Swann's feature debut.


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