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What year was “Flight” supposed to have taken place?
At least one part of the movie "Flight" suggests its story takes place before September 11, 2001: About 30 minutes into a flight, the pilot played by Denzel Washington exits the cockpit, goes part ...
Jun 25 at 5:17
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