Derek (Alex Sharp) a brilliant college student, haunted by a childhood UFO sighting, believes that mysterious sightings reported at multiple airports across the United States are UFO's. With the help of his girlfriend, Natalie (Ella Purnell), and his advanced mathematics professor, Dr. Hendricks (X-Files' Gillian Anderson), Derek races to unravel the mystery with FBI special agent Franklin Ahls (David Strathairn) on his heels.
Sightings are never a coincidence. The cover-up ends here.
Did You Know?
113 appears at least twice in this movie. Once as A113, an inside joke Easter egg used by alumni of California Institute of the Arts, referring to the classroom used by graphic design and character animation students including John Lasseter, Tim Burton and Brad Bird, now all famous directors. The UFO is spotted at 1113 Airport Rd. 113 is the 30th prime number. 113 is a Sophie Germain prime, a Chen prime, a Proth prime, and an Eisenstein prime. In base 10, this prime is a primeval number, and a permutable prime with 131 and 311. 113 is a highly cototient number and a centered square number. 355/113 approximates pi to six decimal places, with an error of less than 1/1133 - this means that 113/355 approximates the reciprocal of pi. 113 is the smallest positive integer that cannot be represented in the Four fours problem using standard rules. See more
Derek is looking at a news report on his notebook computer when the government agent states that the UAP was 88 feet in diameter. Derek then says, "He's using my maths. "Maths" is a term used in the UK and Australia. An American student at the University of Cincinnati would say "math"; not "maths". The actor who plays Derek (Alex Sharp) is from the UK and accidentally used the British term instead of what was in the script. See more