Marc Dorcel released a clunker with this moniker in 2015, directed by Herve Bodilis. Now he's dusted off the title, assigned it to England's Liselle Bailey and vive la difference!
Shooting in England with a mixed cast, Liselle has fashioned a warm, extremely positive romance concerning several stewardesses flying out of Paris. The annonucements mark flights all over the world, from New York to Dubai, but the action takes place on the planes or in a stopover in London.
Cast speaks a mixture of French and English befitting the nationality of the players, and dubbing is generally good. Each of the leads, especially Cassie Del Isla as a new flight attendant to the team who lives with her aunt and cousin in London, and lovely blonde German actress Anny Aurora who is studying to become a pilot, has an interesting story plus sexual activities, leading to a very happy ending for all concerned.
Using an out of service 747 at a hangar near London, Liselle and her cameramen shoot the plane scenes as well as any mainstream movie, and all told in plays like a real film. This femme writer-director should have been given a break in non-porn cinema a long time ago, and I'm still hoping her ship will come in. But in the meantime, her work in recent years has greatly elevated the quality of Dorcel features.
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