Nadja (Peri Baumeister) needs to travel to America to visit a doctor for a bone marrow transplant, as her son Elias (Carl Anton Koch) refers to it. She makes him check the baggage and get everything they need in order because she can’t deal with sunshine. Once on board, the camera pans to a few people strewn around the plane who aren’t here for the airline’s first-class service. A heist is in the works, and no one is safe. We get to the meat of the narrative and the unanticipated difficulty they didn’t plan for once the hijackers take control of the plane. Berg (Dominic Purcell), the unpredictable and too cruel Eightball (Alexander Schee), and the empathetic and professional Karl (Alexander Schee) are the main characters.
I was expecting something along the lines of Passenger 57 meets 30 Days of Night, but I was pleasantly pleased when it turned out to be more of a cat and mouse thriller. Blood Red Sky (WATCH IT HERE) is a well-balanced blend of high-concept schlock with surprising heart. Director Peter Thorwarth delivers us a slower-burning story (at least at initially), and unlike the trailers, this is less about a vampire rescuing the day and more about a mother doing everything she can to save her son’s face. Rorschach from the Watchmen once stated, “You all don’t seem to get it. I’m not the one who’s locked up with you… you’re the one who’s locked up with me! “and I was really looking for the uppercut tone he had. IMDB