Blood Red Sky

A woman with a mysterious illness is forced into action when a group of terrorists attempt to hijack a transatlantic overnight flight. In order to protect her son she will have to reveal a dark secret, and unleash the inner monster she has fought to hide.

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Film Cast:

  • Nadja: Peri Baumeister
  • Elias: Carl Anton Koch
  • Farid: Kais Setti
  • Eightball: Alexander Scheer
  • Berg: Dominic Purcell
  • Col. Alan Drummond: Graham McTavish
  • Karl: Roland Møller
  • Curtiz: Chidi Ajufo
  • Sergeant Karen Brown: Rebecca Dyson-Smith
  • Julia Berger: Leonie Brill
  • Julia: Nele Kiper
  • Rainer Huber: Rainer Reiners
  • Ingelore Huber: Ilona Schulz
  • Mohammed: Nader Ben-Abdallah
  • Naomi: Jacqueline Macaulay
  • Igor: Wolfgang Michael
  • Stewardess Gifty: Petra Michelle Nérette
  • Marvin: David Hürten
  • Air Marshall Michael: Florian Schmidtke
  • Dr. Anna Migiakis: Adriana Altaras
  • Alicia: Valerie Vachkova
  • Geoffrey: William Young
  • Todd: Rutger Lysen
  • Worrying Passenger: Jamie Marshall

Film Crew:

  • Casting: Des Hamilton
  • Writer: Peter Thorwarth
  • Writer: Stefan Holtz
  • Producer: Christian Becker
  • Foley Editor: Andreas Biegler
  • Costume Design: Terezie Dvořáková
  • ADR Mixer: Adam Sharpe
  • Casting: Arwa Salmanova
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Falk Büttner
  • Casting: Iris Baumüller
  • Director of Photography: Yoshi Heimrath
  • Producer: Benjamin Munz
  • Production Design: Uwe Stanik
  • Original Music Composer: Dascha Dauenhauer
  • Sound Designer: Clemens Becker
  • Art Direction: Jan Kalous
  • ADR Recordist: Benjamin Schäfer

Movie Reviews:

  • jw: While the overall movie seems to be on the B-movie side, there are some aspects that make it really interesting. Especially on the script side. The expected unexpected is only the start.

    Yes, the plane is hijacked; but that is only the premise, not a spoiler… and I’m not giving any spoilers here. Do some suspension of disbelief, and take the ride.

    I, for one, enjoyed it. 🙂

    NB: The child actor is surprisingly good (though not perfect).

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