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Living In The Age Of Airplanes Blu-ray


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SYNOPSIS: LIVING IN THE AGE OF AIRPLANES is a story about how the airplane has changed the world. Filmed in 18 countries across all 7 continents, it renews our appreciation for one of the most extraordinary and awe-inspiring aspects of the modern world. Narrated by Harrison Ford, music by James Horner. Run Time: 47 minutes SPECIAL FEATURES INCLUDE: * Alaska Flying: Montage of deleted footage: airplanes exploring the remote Alaskan wilderness. * 3 Stories in 4 Minutes: Three stories: One Camera, Underwater in the Maldives, Journey to the South Pole. * Plane Spotting: A collection of the crew’s best takeoff & landing shots captured on 5 continents. * Flight Over Africa: The biplane sequence from the film Out of Africa re-created 30 years later. * Impossible Shots: Visual Effects Go behind-the-scenes and learn how the impossible shots in the film came to life. * Making of the Alaska House: Get an inside look at how the sequence in the Alaska House was created. * Hawaii [Deleted Scene]: One of the most remote places on Earth is almost exclusively visited by air. * Flower Sequence Deconstructed: A unique, real-time look inside one of the film’s most complex sequences. * Alaska Flying II: Same visuals as "Alaska Flying" with the addition of radio communications. * Seeing Aviation for the First Time: Witness aviation through the eyes of a group of kids in Kenya, Africa. * In-Flight Premiere: Experience a first-of-its-kind premiere as the film debuts on board an Emirates A380.