The life of a flight attendant is glamorous and exciting, but as The Aviary follows Summer Pozzi from city to city we discover that when the uniform comes off, things can get very ... See full summary »
The life of a flight attendant is glamorous and exciting, but as The Aviary follows Summer Pozzi from city to city we discover that when the uniform comes off, things can get very complicated. An unexpected transfer takes Summer from Chicago, her boyfriend and her mother, to a crowded San Francisco apartment. Her new roommates include Portia (who is in the throws of an identity crisis), Kate (who has an old score to settle with Summer) and Lucas (who Summer hastily finds affection with but discovers he's not what he appears to be). In this new city Summer watches the carefully designed blueprint of her future begin to slip out of reach. Finally, Summer falls into the arms of the Captain of her dreams. Everything seems back on track until a disturbing visit from Summer's past forces her to choose between true love and the man she has been searching for all her life. Written by
I know they do things differently in America but......
This movie found its way into the Flight Attendant lounge yesterday where a group of airport stand-by crew sat and watched it - in disbelief! Do US crew really go drinking and sightseeing in their uniforms? Steal miniature bottles from the aircraft? Smuggle in dope? I'm sorry but we were dumbfounded how poorly this portrayed life of honest hard working crew. I must admit that it did reflect the chaos of airline crew - hotels, back of the clock, one city looks like another etc. but the consensus was that if this is a reflection of some airline crew it is certainly NOT an accurate commentary of all. Enjoy but take it with a pinch of (pre-packaged) salt!
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