Shootdown (film)

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Shootdown is a 1988 film starring Angela Lansbury. Leonard Hill served as the executive producer.

In the film, Nan Moore (Lansbury) loses her son in the Korean Air Lines Flight 007 disaster. She wishes to discover the truth about her son's death.

The film's production was delayed due to controversies surrounding the KAL007 incident.[1]

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  1. ^ Farber, Stephen. "TELEVISION; Why Sparks Flew in Retelling the Tale of Flight 007," The New York Times. Published November 27, 1988. Accessed January 4, 2008

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