Director: Jeffery Lando
Cast: David Chokachi, Don Michael Paul, Preston Hillier
In a small town in Nebraska the wind begins to pick up. Suddenly from the east a giant funnel moves towards the town. Like a giant nozzle from a vacuum cleaner it begins to suck everything in the town away. Within a few minutes the town is gone. Nothing left but the foundations.
On a 767 Cargo plane crossing the Pacific it is hit by a sudden wall of turbulence that brutally shakes the plane. On the altimeter shows the plane is falling. The massive arm of the jet stream is pulling it down, straight down into the water where the plane impacts and disintegrates.
On board a C-17 plane specially outfitted for weather research called WEATHER-1 a young attractive scientist, Debbie Boe watches her instruments as Weather-1 travels through a powerful jet stream. On board the plane there is a massive generator that can actually manipulate the weather using magnetic energy. In this attempt they have actually moved the jet stream.
In Spokane Washington, Steve "Sunny" Simpson is the KLTY weather man. While Sunny wasn't really his knick name his accuracy at predicting sunny days had finally stuck. Steve's name is really Doctor Steve Simpson but the station felt that people wanted their weather man not quite so cerebral so the PHD was dropped. Steve is dating a girl named Jennifer who has a lot ideas about her future as a model. While he is doing his best to try and make her happy, Jennifer's idea of a boyfriend is a something different than Steve "Sunny" Simpson the "weather guy."
Steve also has aspirations. Over the last 2 years he has been following a series of events; Plane crashes, a town wiped out and more recently a cargo plane that just disappeared. His research is showing a new phenomena; massive jet streams that usually are only seen near the upper atmosphere have started to lower all the way down to ground level with wind forces of nearly 500 miles an hour. Hoping to become recognized for his research, Steve travels to Washington DC with Jennifer to submit his findings to a Government consortium that is working on extreme weather phenomena. His findings are rejected. Embarrassed by the set back, Jennifer breaks up with him. But at the consortium not everyone has rejected his research. The scientist Debbie Boe thinks he maybe right.
In the Northwest United States a jet stream starts following the Columbia River between Oregon and Washington. As it lowers to the river level, it hits the massive interstate bridge that connects Portland and Vancouver. The bridge explodes into a million pieces has it is impacted with the force of a 500 MPH wind.
When Steve plays this new disasters out on his computer simulation its shows that with in the next 5 days that jet streams from around the planet will converge to create a massive single jet stream hundreds of miles wide moving at over 500 miles an hour. Known as a Super Stream this massive jet stream last appeared over a million years ago and laid half the earth to waste tearing up the planet for over a 1000 years. Steve sees the end of the plant as we know it and feels helpless to stop it. Then a convey of black government vehicles pulls up in front of his house. Debbie Boe needs Steve on the next flight of Weather-1.
On board weather-1 Steve and Debbi have one chance to change the course of the jet streams and stop them before they converge and destroy the planet. But to do that they must fly into a 500 MPH jets stream and take control of it before it destroys them and the plane.
UFO INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTIONS LLC presents JETSTREAM
Concept by TOM K. HENDERSON and STEVE GOLDMAN
Costume Designer OLGA MEKIKCHIEVA Music By JAMES ERICKSON
Visual Effects Producer ALEKSANDER YOCHKOLOVSKI Edited by JAMES DOBSON
Production Designer KESS BONNET Director of Photography IVO PEICHEV
Associate Producer JOHN CAPPILLA Executive Producer ALLEN JACOBS
Produced By JEFFERY BEACH, STONE MUSGRAVEN and PHILLIP ROTH
Written by ROBERT UNGER Directed By STEVE WILLIAMS
©2011 UFO International Productions, LLC.
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