Piché : The Landing Of A Man
Directed by Sylvain Archambault | CANADA | 2010 | 107min | Subtitled | (Q&A)
PICHÉ : The Landing of a Man is based on the true story of Captain Robert Piché (Michael Côté), a hero who narrowly lands a plane without fuel or engine power, saving 300 lives. Gracing the covers of newspapers and the focus of every news broadcast, he is on top of the world. The only problem is that Robert is a reluctant hero. He has skeletons in his closet and a tumultuous past, and he worries about the media backlash that awaits him. Unable to handle the pressure, he pushes his family away and struggles to cope with the shame. Forced to confront his demons and reclaim his life, Robert looks back at the events that shaped his life and led to his heroic moment. Can Robert escape the nightmares that haunt him and the choices that changed his life? PICHÉ : The Landing of a Man is a deeply moving drama that looks at the how the sins of our past can come back to haunt us.
- Vince Palomarez