|Directed by||Issara Nadee|
|Produced by||Kiatkamon Iamphungporn|
|Written by||Kongkiat Khomsiri|
|Edited by||Sunit Asvinikul|
Five Star Production
|Distributed by||Vicol Entertainment|
Dark Flight (Thai: 407 เที่ยวบินผี) is a 2012 Thai horror film. The film was directed by Issara Nadee. It shows the journey of a passenger plane haunted by ghosts that gradually trick the passengers into going insane and killing each other.
Ten years ago, flight SA-407 had supernatural occurrences leading to the death of all passengers leaving one flight attendant, New, unharmed by closing her eyes until the plane landed.
At present time, the plane SA-407 had been repainted and made anew. A family, including Gift, Phen and Jamras, A tourist Ann, her admirer Wave, a couple John and Michelle, a flight attendant Prince, and an engineer of flight, Bank, a monk, an old woman and a pervert American and two other lady attendants and a pilot with the captain board the plane.
Oxygen in the plane started to lower and Bank is forced to fix it in the cargo hold. The old woman died in the process. When strange occurrences started to occur from dead bodies disappearing to possessed passengers started killing each other until Gift, Jamras, Phen, Bank and New are the only ones left. Phen is possessed and strangles New but a cart rolls and kills Phen with forks. Bank and Jamras drove and landed the plane safely. At the ambulance, Gift asks where New is and Bank sees her soul in the plane. It just shows that she died with Phen and it all happened because 10 years ago, New only saved herself and did not help the others, thus the spirits wanted to avenge themselves. The film ends when the plane is scheduled to be repainted again and New's spirit is seen inside the plane.
- Marsha Wattanapanich as New
- Peter Knight as Bank
- Paramej Noiam as Jamras
- Patcharee Tubthong as Gift
- Anchalee Hassadeevichit as Phen
- Thiti Vechabul as Prince
- Namo Tongkumnerd as Wave
- Sisangian Sihalath as Ann
- Jonathan Samson as John
- Kristen Evelyn Rossi as Michelle
The film has also been sold to Encore Films for Hong Kong, Deepjoy Picture Corporation for Taiwan, Clover Films for Singapore and Malaysia, PT Inter Solusindo Film for Indonesia and Filmworks for Cambodia. The film was released in Thailand on 22 March 2012. On its first weekend in Thailand, Dark Flight was the second-highest-grossing feature in Thailand, only being beaten by The Hunger Games. The film grossed a total of $1,133,343 in Thailand and $2,007,612 worldwide.
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