Director releases trailer for MH370 movie

A TRAILER for a film based on Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 which vanished without a trace has been released.

Just 10 weeks after the plane went missing, plans for a movie titled ‘The Vanishing Act’ have been unveiled, claiming to tell “The untold story”.

The 90-second trailer was filmed over six days and presented to financiers at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday, featuring panic-stricken staff aboard a turbulent flight.


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Director Rupesh Paul said he was inspired to create the film after being contacted by a journalist with a theory about mystery.

The brief trailer casts suspicion on a number of passengers and crew members, and hints that a love triangle between airline staff may have been responsible for its disappearance.

Paul estimates that over 200 actors will be needed for the movie which he plans on releasing in August this year.

The jetliner was carrying 239 passengers and crew when it vanished on March 8 during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Despite an extensive search in the Indian Ocean, no trace of the missing plane has been found.

Original article written by Metro.co.uk

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