Venue Details

Carlsbad Village Theatre
2822 State Street Carlsbad, CA 92008
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 7 members
Review from Louis .
43 events 11 reviews

I THOUGHT THAT THE FILM WAS INTERESTING, AND the story of how their lives were connected.
The nude scene could have been excluded.

reviewed Feb 17 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from janice
16 events 8 reviews

I really liked the movie. Definitely. Some sexually graphic scenes if that is offensive.

reviewed Feb 17 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from SilverStar
48 events 6 reviews

A beautiful movie! I liked it very much. And as one who has lived for many years in the Netherlands I did not have any problems with what another reviewer referred to as 'sexually graphic scenes.'

reviewed Feb 17 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from dog
2 events 2 reviews

Compelling plot + excellent acting + beautiful scenery

reviewed Feb 17 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

This film runs 130 minutes, and is presented in Dutch and English with English subtitles. _Bride Flight _contains adult content.


Twenty-six post-WWII refugee brides-to-be fly KLM in the 1953 air race from London to Christchurch, New Zealand. There they will begin life with their awaiting fiancés far away from atrocities of war and memories of lost families.

On board, three women are befriended by a handsome young man. Fifty years later, Esther, Marjorie, and Ada reunite at his funeral and reflect on life, love and loss. In dramatic revelations, they discover how intertwined their lives have truly been.

Breathtaking photography of the New Zealand landscape, an authentic portrayal of life at the time, and a storyline that spans five decades make _Bride Flight _a sweeping romantic saga that demonstrates the inextricable link between past, present, and future.

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