"ICE HORNET is the new aviation film by Lionel Charlet. It is a 62-minute atmospheric documentary without commentary created by this independent film p"30 June 2006Factual62 mins
This new atmospheric documentary by Lionel Charlet plunges us into the world of an exceptional plane - the F/A-18 Hornet. For six months, in Switzerland, Norway and Sardinia, Lionel has shot original footage of this fighter jet in action. The feeling of flying is real, the missions are varied, the poetry of the lights is enthralling... A powerful, finely worked soundtrack adds to the richness of these extraordinary high-definition images. Ice Hornet will delight all aviation fans. It will enchant nature-lovers who will fly through landscapes in unbelievable 3-D.
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Have you watched Ice Hornet yet? What did you think about it?