We all know the story: on January, 15th 2009 pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger took the brave decision of an emergency landing on the Hudson river (New York) in the attempt of saving all his 155 passengers (plus the airplane cabin crew) from a probable crash caused by a collision with a flock of birds that sent to failure both airplane's engines.
What we didn't know was that, while the world applauded him as a modern hero, the National Transportation Safety Board opened an investigation whether it was the only possible solution or Sully could have handled it differently.
Thanks to Clint Eastwood we get a sneak peek of the pressure Sully and his first officer Jeffrey 'Jeff' Skiles had to go through before it all ended.
This movie is, in my opinion, a must see: it doesn't glorify nor judge Sully's decisions, it just simply tells them. Tom Hanks and Aaron Eckhart are FANTASTIC, I was surprised that they didn't got any nominations at the 2017 Oscars!
My vote: 10/10
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