A baby cries. Food is scarce. The hours drag on, painfully. Hope disappears. And the seatbelt light remains on. For 5 hour and 45 minutes, BLAH AIRLINES FLIGHT 101 is hauntingly familiar, shockingly unique, and — somehow — compulsively watchable. The filmmakers boldly put us on the front lines of airborne banality, creating a unforgettable experience that's sure to resonate. Described as "brilliant" and "Warholian" by AdWeek and "genius" by Travel + Leisure magazine, BLAH AIRLINES FLIGHT 101 is a five hour and forty-five minute film that exposes the weird reality of commercial air travel at its worst by documenting an entire San Francisco to Newark flight on “BLAH Airlines.”
Since its launch in 2007, Virgin America has been the antidote to the typical, uninspiring experience of air travel, offering sleek new aircrafts and tech-forward features. So the airline and its agency Eleven teamed up to remind everyone they don't need to fly "blah." After all, if you wouldn’t voluntarily watch an almost six-hour-long film of an upholstered seatback, why would you subject yourself to the same experience on a cross-country flight?
Runtime: 5hr 45m
Friday April 8, 2016 7:00pm - Saturday April 9, 2016 12:45am
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