R | | Action, Comedy, Crime
A desk-bound CIA analyst volunteers to go undercover to infiltrate the world of a deadly arms dealer, and prevent diabolical global disaster.
The visually striking 1930s power plant control room location features rows of panels and an elliptical stained-glass ceiling thus appearing both equally period and futuristic at the same time. The structure has been likened by production designer Jefferson Sage ... ...
When Susan and Sergio are shown flying the Eurocopter helicopter, the aircraft is shown responding to them manipulating the "stick" (the cyclic), as if it were a conventional fixed-wing aircraft. The controls work entirely differently in a helicopter than in an airplane. When the helicopter begins to dive towards the lake for instance, Susan is shown pulling back on the cyclic. Doing this would result in a substantial climb in an airplane, but is not what primarily makes a helicopter climb. The cyclic moves the helicopter in a direction - forwards, backwards and to the side. The collective (the control on the left side of the seat that the pilot moves up and down), changes the pitch of the main rotor blades and create lift. To stop the descent, Susan should pull up on the collective. The helicopter doesn't react appropriately to any of the control movements we see either of them do.
Actor Mitch Silpa's character is credited as Colin ( name stricken ) Fredrick
English, French, Italian, German
$2,855,570 (Russia) (7 June 2015)
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