‘The Fall: The Case Against Boeing’: Behind Two Deadly Crashes

The problems of the Max and its flawed design are linked to the crashes of Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines flights, which killed hundreds, possibly well broadcastand this documentary directed by Rory Kennedy (“Last days in Vietnam”), not breaking news or cinematic breakthroughs. (We don’t have to see the reporter making the call.) But it has the potential to shock the viewer, and it’s always understandable, even in sequences that illustrate what the pilots saw. in the cockpit. As the film explains, in the first crash, they were left with a few seconds to defeat a system that Boeing never told the pilots were on board.

“Downfall” features interviewees who have been lost or summed up in all sorts of coverage, including the wife of the Lion Air captain, family members of passenger victims, and former Boeing employees. “How many times have you heard companies say, ‘We’re committed to excellence, we’re committed to safety, we’re committed to customers’?” Andy Pasztor, who reported the story for The Wall Street Journal, summarizes his verdict: “We should be skeptical.”

The Fall: The Case Against Boeing
Rated PG-13. Disturbing material related to accidents. Running time: 1 hour 29 minutes. Watch on Netflix.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/17/movies/downfall-the-case-against-boeing-review.html ‘The Fall: The Case Against Boeing’: Behind Two Deadly Crashes

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