A five hour and forty-five minute film set on board a BLAH Airlines flight - the boring, beige and dull antithesis of the innovative and stylish experience when flying Virgin America. The film, which will be screened on April 10 as part of the official DIFF Festival Line-Up, is a surrealistic and humorous work of cinema vérité that exposes the grim reality of commercial air travel - characterized by cramped seats, harsh lighting and a lack of entertainment and meal options.
Set 1: Buried Alive > Ghost > Scent of a Mule, Sample in a Jar > Reba, 46 Days, Big Black Furry Creature from Mars, Lawn Boy, Saw It Again > Tube > Wolfman's Brother Set 2: Intro, The Haunted House, The Very Long Fuse, The Dogs, Timber, Your Pet Cat, Shipwreck, The Unsafe Bridge, The Chinese Water Torture, The Birds, Martian Monster Set 3: Punch You In the Eye > Golden Age > Tweezer -> Heavy Things, Guyute, Sand -> Tweezer Reprise Encore: Is This What You Wanted, Frankenstein  Fish drum solo.  Debut.  Phish debut.  Page on keytar.
The story of a pair of Australian pilots working for a small South Pacific airline. Paul, a wildly successful womanizer, leaving conquests at every port and Martin, sad and lonely in his search for a true love. Together, they... well, they don't do much of anything besides chase girls on various Polynesian islands.
The film tells the very real and ongoing story of what many claim is the biggest cover up in aviation history. Passengers and crews for nearly fifty years have been supplied with unfiltered air to breath, taken directly from the engines, even though this air supply is known to sometimes become contaminated with neurotoxins, carcinogens and other hazardous chemicals.