Martin Sheen arrives in Berlin on Pan Am Clipper Intrepid in late 1978. The aircraft was sold to another airline in 1967. Other airframes with the same name were present at the time, but none were single-deck four-engined aircraft. See more »
Being a sucker for courtroom dramas, I found this to be a very enjoyable movie. It's legal question marks were interesting to follow, and Martin Sheen's pivotal performance was very good. [I loved this actor from the time I first heard him laugh. It starts right down in his boots and just bubbles over in a very infectious manner.] Sean Penn's role was very small but crucial, and it shows what an incredibly talented actor he is. His use of a German accent was masterful. This isn't a great movie, but I think that most people would find it enjoyable.
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