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فيلم A Dark Reflection 2015 – ا دارک رفلکشن 2015 – ا دارک رفلکتیون 2015 که با ژانری درام و به خصوص رمانتیک توسط چندین کمپانی مطرح فیلم سازی آمریکایی که معروف ترین آنان Fact Not Fiction Films و Fiction Movie Pictures است به اکران در آمد، به کارگردانی Tristan Loraine آمریکایی ساخته گردید که این فیلم هیجان انگیز و درام توانست پس از انتشار در سینما های هالیوود مخاطبان زیادی را به سمت خود جذب نماید .
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نام فیلم : A Dark Reflection 2015 – ا دارک رفلکشن 2015 – ا دارک رفلکتیون 2015 – ( آ دارک ریفلکشن 2015 )
ژانر فیلم : درام ، هیجان انگیز ، رمانتیک
کارگردان : Tristan Loraine
تهیه کنندگان : Tristan Loraine , Zack Mozafsky
نویسندگان : Viv Young
فیلمنامه : Laura Monti
طراح صحنه : Kayla Operatist
جلوه های کامپیوتری : Ling Lperty
گریم : Matt Jome
گریم های سطحی بازیگران : Diana Nios
بازیگران : Marina Sirtis , Stephen Tompkinson , Rita Ramnani , Kevin Leslie , Natalia Ryumina
امتیاز : 7/10
امتیاز منتقدین : 60/100
رده سني : PG-14 – ( برای افراد 14 سال به بالا )
موسیقی : Moritz Schmittat
نورپردازی : Perla Hkozeh
تدارکات : Paul Briebex
تدوین : Nicholas Day
محصول کشور : انگلستان ( United Kingdom )
تاریخ انتشار : February 27th 2015
بودجه ساخت : 7.870 هزار دلار
باکس آفیس : 42.3 میلیون دلار
زمان فیلم : 102 دقيقه – ( 1 ساعت و 42 دقیقه )
زبان : انگلیسی
کمپانی سازنده : Fact Not Fiction Films , Ex Movie Pictures
کمپانی توزیع کننده: Fact Not Fiction Films
کیفیت فیلم : Bluray 720p
حجم فایل : 700 مگابایت
فرمت فایل : mkv
IMDB , Wiki
متن انگلیسی :
A Dark Reflection is a 2014 British independent investigative thriller film directed and produced by former British Airways airline captain Tristan Loraine. Billed as Erin Brockovich meets All the President’s Men, the fact-based film is based on the director’s own experience as a commercial pilot.
The film was made by volunteers with funding from unions, passenger groups and concerned aviation figures. It is based on actual events surrounding the issue of Aerotoxic Syndrome. Billed as a fact-based investigative thriller, the script tells the story of an air traffic controller who is suspended following a serious in-flight incident. When his journalist wife (Sutcliffe) starts to ask questions, she uncovers a disturbing succession of cover-ups dating back to 1954.
After returning from the Middle East, British journalist Helen Eastman investigates a suspicious air traffic incident that involves a coverup.
- Helen Eastman — Georgina Sutcliffe
- Natasha Stevens — Rita Ramnani
- Maggie Jaspar — Marina Sirtis
- Ben Tyrell — Mark Dymond
- Charles Jaspar — Nicholas Day (actor)
- David Morris — Stephen Tompkinson
- Isabelle Morris — Leah Bracknell
- Nick Robertson — Paul Antony-Barber
- Alan Morgan — Rupert Holliday-Evans
- Molly Adamson — Romina Hytten
Pre-production of the film started in January 2013 with filming commencing six months later in June 2013 in West Sus, England.
Principal photography for A Dark Reflection initially lasted 40 days and was filmed in Techniscope format using Fuji 35mm film by Director of Photography Nicholas Eriksson.
The film received significant UK film industry support. All of the filming was done on location in England followed by a week of filming in Jordan, Loraine deciding not to use a soundstage. Further filming was carried out in Spring 2014 in Horsham.
Filming was carried out at a wide selection of locations in West Sus and East Sus such as Shoreham Airport, Gatwick Airport, Bluebell Railway, South Lodge Hotel, Fontwell Park Racecourse, Holy Innocents Church, Southwater, Horsham, Sedgwick Park and at NATS Holdings in Whiteley.
Southdown Gliding Club in Storrington provided the venue for the complex glider scene in the film where the audience first meets JASP airline Captain Jeremy Adamson (Christopher Dickins) and his daughter Molly, played by 16-year-old Romina Hytten, from Storrington. Despite never having been in a glider before, Romina managed to smile her way through 22 consecutive loops and countless rolls with experienced pilot Guy Westgate.
A Dark Reflection does not follow the usual conventions for an independent film.Instead it embraces the new co-operative model for film-making, which taps into the collaborative means. Instead of raising the capital funds to make the film, a variety of businesses and individuals, supplied goods and services, in addition to financial investment. Over one hundred co-operative businesses and individuals partnered with the film, making it the largest co-operative film, to date.
In May 2014, producer Tristan Loraine and senior assistant producer Sarah Holloway took the film to Cannes, where A Dark Reflection was screened at the Marché du Film, Cannes 2014 Thursday 15 and 19 May. The film received positive public response, and A Dark Reflection screened to a packed auditorium.
Following its success at Cannes, Los Angeles based sales agent Artist View Entertainment began selling A Dark Reflection. In its first press release, Scott Jones, President of Artist View Entertainment stated, “We are very pleased to be working with Tristan Loraine and his powerful independent film. The production values and tightly crafted Direction are the key factors in pushing home a frightening message for those of us who travel by air on a daily basis.” Other reviews were also positive about the film, highlighting the importance of the issues for public interest: Ted Jeory, Home Affairs Editor of the [Sunday Express], London, wrote, “It’s got the lot. A film that has suspense, drama, action, intrepid journalism, and perhaps most importantly–a cause. A Dark Reflection shines a light on aviation’s dirty secret: the quality of the air we breathe on board planes. It’s an important step in the decades long challenge to Big Oil and Big Aviation.” Ross Coulthart of Sunday Night on Channel 7, Sydney, wrote, “A Dark Reflection is a gripping thriller based on the true-life scandal of a major toxic air health problem widespread on modern passenger jets. The most confronting thing about this extraordinary film is that it’s all true.”[this quote needs a citation]
A Dark Reflection is due to be screened by Artist View Entertainment at the American Film Market (AFM) 5 & 6 November 2014
UK release 2015
The film A Dark Reflection was released to the public in the United Kingdom on 27 February 2015 to a limited number of Cinemas. A private VIP screening of A Dark Reflection was shown in Horsham on 26 February.DVD sales are anticipated in the summer of 2015.
In review, critics said the film has the right intention but fails because of vast deficencies in the storyline, screenplay, acting and its directing. The Daily Telegraph wrote, “…well-intentioned and informed, this tinny and tensionless dispatch really doesn’t.”In their review, The Guardian called it a “clunky drama”.The Hollywood News wrote, “It’s a fascinating story and one that could easily be improved on by the right writer, director, and cast.”
Following his own journey from British Airways, to film producer and director, it has always been Tristan Loraine’s ambition to raise awareness of the issues involving toxic air. After being forced to retire due to ill health, and losing friends, both pilots and crew who died from the poisonous fumes on board the aircraft they flew, Tristan has sought to bring aerotoxic syndrome to the attention of the public. Toxic Cabin Air has been of interest to the media for some years, but the public have been unaware of the importance it could make on their own health. In May 2014 The Daily Telegraph shared a video of a passenger who also suffered health issues after taking an American flight.The cause of the toxic air comes from the plane build, which brings bleed air into the aircraft cabin and cockpit via the engines, this has the potential for a bleed air leak. A Dark Reflection follows several Documentary Films also produced by Fact Not Fiction Films seeking to bring this issue to the fore. The film’s tagline, “What happened on Flight 313]?” links to a real event.
Film-makers welcome new aircraft design
The producers of A Dark Reflection are keen to promote the bleed free aircraft,such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which is the first of its kind. Yet despite it being released in 2007, with The Telegraph calling it, “A Breath of Fresh Air”, in 2009, there have been no moves since by the Airline Industry to remodel any other planes.
A Dark Reflection has been likened to the events of the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370, reportedly inspired by the events.However, the airline flight MH370 disappeared on 8 March 2014, which was after the filming of A Dark Reflection, which took place during the summer of 2013. Although there is no deliberate link to the film and disappearance of MH370, it has not been said that there couldn’t be a some significant similarity.
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