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  • Summary: In March 1999, a piece of news went around the world in a matter of seconds: the invisible aircraft F-117A was shot down. There were two main protagonists of the event: a pilot and a missile officer who commanded the unit that shot down the former. American pilot Dale Zelko and Serbian missile officer Zoltan Dani. In this documentary, they meet for the second time. Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Anita Gates
    May 9, 2013
    Their meeting was arranged by the filmmaker, and their encounters reek of false bonhomie.
  2. Reviewed by: Rob Staeger
    May 9, 2013
    The meeting itself is genial but sparkless, with an air of artifice.
  3. Reviewed by: Gary Goldstein
    May 17, 2013
    This mission, well intended as it may be, proves a no-go from the get-go.
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  1. BES
    May 15, 2013
    This is a heartwarming true story of two men and their families. One was an American stealth fighter pilot, the other a Serbian missileer who shot him down. Fast-forward 12yrs, and the men have an opportunity to meet. All if that is interesting, but what happens next is the real story. The men bond over their love of family and the fact that they have each moved on from their professional military careers. Their wives bond over the shared experience of being military spouses and the fear they each endured as a result of the shoot-down event. The families bond in small and significant ways over shared values and interests. And the viewer is privileged to glimpse the intense fears, strength, vulnerability, and joys and remarkable choices of these ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances. It is a tale of shared humanity, hope, and peace. Collapse