Netflix has unveiled a bone-chilling trailer for its latest documentary mini-series titled “MH370: The Flight That Disappeared.” The show will premiere on the ninth anniversary of the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines Flight. The official investigation into the case has yielded little evidence to explain the baffling disappearance of the flight and the 239 people onboard. The documentary seeks to examine the circumstances surrounding the incident and present theories that could help explain what happened.
Despite many investigations and analyses, the mystery remains unsolved. The documentary suggests that the disappearance of the aircraft was not an accident but an intentional act of sabotage, while other investigations have suggested a simpler but equally terrifying scenario of aircraft failure or malfunction. The documentary raises thought-provoking questions and explores the many theories surrounding the disappearance of the flight, leaving viewers on the edge of their seats.
Filmmaker Louise Malkinson has released the official trailer for her upcoming documentary MH370: The Flight That Disappeared.
The vanishing of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 in 2014 was a shock to the world. The flight, carrying 239 passengers and crew, disappeared without a trace during a routine flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The incident sparked riots, made headlines, and sent the families of the passengers into a nightmare. Despite a global search, answers never came.
Now, a gripping new documentary series from production company RAW, directed by Louise Malkinson, aims to shed light on the mystery. Using powerful archives, the series reconstructs the night of the disappearance and explores three of the most controversial theories. Interviews with family members, scientists, journalists, and ordinary people around the world also feature in the documentary.
Despite nine years passing, hope remains for answers to this great unsolved air travel mystery. The series will be released on Netflix on March 8th, 2023, exactly nine years after the plane’s disappearance. While this is not the only documentary film about the incident, viewers can expect a fresh take on the story with this series. Executive producers include Sam Maynard and Fiona Stourton, with Harry Hewland as producer.