A trailer has been released for Netflix’s upcoming documentary about the dramatic disappearance of the tragic Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 (MH370).
The three-part documentary, MH370: The Flight That Disappeared, will be released on March 8 on the ninth anniversary of the contemporary aviation disaster that killed 239 passengers and crew in 2014 while flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing, according to the streaming site.
What happened that led to the disappearance of Flight MH370?
Louise Malkinson’s film MH370: The Flight That Disappeared will try to address the main concerns surrounding the mysterious disappearance of the tragic flight in 2014.
Even nine years after the occurrence, many concerns remain unresolved, leading to different controversial conspiracy theories.
the Netflix a documentary will discuss these conspiracies, ask significant questions, provide reasonable explanations for the events, and, most importantly, provide insightful views of the families negatively affected by the disaster.
MH370: Trailer Explanation That Flight Disappeared
It is a tale full of conspiracies, rabbit holes, enigmatic characters, and official silence. Anyway, above all, it’s an opportunity to continue trying to find answers and to honor those who died in one of the greatest mysteries of history.
The red-eye flight with 239 passengers and crew from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing that was believed to be expected was Malaysian Airlines Flight 370. Instead, on a quiet 2014 night after takeoff, MH370 disappeared from radar coverage permanently.
The trailer, which lasts a couple of minute and a half, contains interviews with relatives, scientists, and investigative journalists who are trying to find answers about why the plane unexpectedly disappeared from the radar and how it remained undetected.
Some interviews raise the likelihood that a larger conspiracy may have been at play in the tragedy. The second episode will focus on the double aviation disaster experienced by Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 (MH17).
Four months after MH370 went down, MH17 was shot down in Ukraine by a Russian-made Buk missile system, killing all 298 people on board.
The third episode examines the discovery of the wreckage of MH370, including a large wing tip along the East African coast, which Najib Razak, former Malaysian Prime Minister, and other specialists have confirmed.
As to the alleged final resting place of the plane in the vast Indian Ocean, however, journalists and members of the family continued to disagree.
As a result of the devastating loss of a commercial airliner, there were riots, nightmares for the surviving members of the family of the passengers, and a worldwide hunt for answers that were never given.
The Netflix original film “MH370: The Flight That Disappeared,” which is set in seven nations, reconstructs the night of the disappearance using complete archives, offering audiences the opportunity to learn more about three of the much-discussed theories.
It also includes interviews with relatives, scientists, journalists, and ordinary people from around the globe who, nine years later, are still hoping for a solution.