Phil Marshall Must Have Really Pissed Somebody Off | UNTHINKABLE: An Airline Captain's Story

Most people have never had their door broken down by police investigating their political activism. Also, you are probably not a “conspiracy theorist.” You probably vote at election time. You may also have supported the wars following 9/11. But perhaps, these days, with all the talk about NSA surveillance of US Citizens, you’re wondering if there is something fishy going on in the Land of the Free. For instance, the FBI has advised police departments across the country to consider those who pay attention to “conspiracy theories” to be potential terrorists. Unthinkable’s “Marshall Philips” was such a person and it was thought by those who knew him that by investigating the facts behind the terrorist attacks of 9/11 that Philips himself had become dangerous to those with something to hide. The official story of the Philips “murder-suicides” seems designed to keep people from looking any deeper. But if the real life “murder-suicides” were in fact an assassination, wouldn’t you want to know?

The list of 9/11 witnesses who have met with sudden and/or mysterious deaths is a long one. To this list, we believe the name of Philip Marshall should be added. (See: Mysterious Deaths of 9/11)

“Unthinkable: An Airline Captain’s Story” is a true crime feature film produced in hopes that you may consider demanding that Congress and the President declassify the 28 redacted pages  of the “Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 2001″  (See: H.R. 428)  For our elected representatives to withhold evidence of those known to the U.S. Congress to have financed and supported the terrorist attacks of September 11th, 2001, was something Phil Marshall found unconscionable and we believe his mission to reveal that information deserves to be continued.

“Unthinkable: An Airline Captain’s Story” was written and directed by Eric Stacey, an award winning filmmaker of both narrative and
documentary films. The film was made in Portland, Oregon with Randall Paul (“Eyes Wide Shut”) and Dennis Fitzpatrick in the lead roles. The supporting cast of thirty is comprised of working actors who call Portland, Oregon their home. While their names may not be familiar, we assure you, their performances are memorable, bringing to life a true story ignored by the mainstream due to its potential controversy.

All of us at Movies On A Mission hope you will honor the memory of Captain Philip Marshall and his two children by giving our film your careful consideration.

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