Amelia Earhart

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first woman aviator to fly solo nonstop across the Atlantic (1928)


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Since then, versatile Swank has dipped her toes into other genres, from rom-com in PS I Love You to horror with The Reaping to period biopic in Amelia (as pioneering pilot Amelia Earheart), with varying degrees of success.
Mysteries and secrets ranging from JFK's assassination to what happened to Amelia Earheart are explained.
Here planes were built for legendary aviators like Amelia Earheart and Wiley Post, and tested by ace pilots like Tony Vlier.
But you soon begin to wonder how Maxine could find the runway, let alone a missing kid, since she appears to spend most of her flight time lost in reveries of her mad, dead mother, Evie (Sharon Lawrence), who killed herself when Maxine was a girl; or her heroine Amelia Earheart, in whose aviator garb Evie appears to Maxine in visions; or a fantasy version of Charlotte herself (Julia McIlvaine).