Clint Eastwood and The Miracle of “Sully”

A 6 minute Flight That Will Blow Your Mind

Clint Eastwood and The Miracle of “Sully”

September 13th, 2016

Clint Eastwood, Directs and Co-produced the real story of the “Miracle on the Hudson.” A movie that intertwines politics, with last minute decisions of two pilots. On January 2009, US Airways flight 1549, smashed on the Hudson River, three minutes away from the airport of La Guardia- New York City. Chelsey “Sully” Sullenberger, took the dead stick of an  Airbus 320, into the river and managed to save the lives of 155 passengers.

His decisions criticized,  and the National Transportation Safety Board was called into action. In the film, the NTSB is played like a bully, and you may ask why you would attack a hero? The miracle flight which lasted 6 minutes, became a controversy for the producers. How can you create a movie based on a flight of such a small period? They build up the antagonist NTSB.

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Sully became a hero who didn’t need any defending. In the film which is in theaters now, you will notice how the NTSB, had a problem there and will have a problem for years due to this case.

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