Caspar Phillipson as newly elected Senator John F. Kennedy in the PROJECT BLUE BOOK episode “Broken Arrow“ .
Caspar Phillipson (John F Kennedy in “What Lies Beneath“) will be Embry in SHADOWS IN MY EYES, an account of the bombing of the French School in Copenhagen on 21 March 1945. Operation Carthage, an attack on Denmark’s Gestapo headquarters, went wrong when one of the bombers crashed near the school, causing the other pilots to believe that the school was the target. 104 people were killed. The film depicts the tragic attack from the point of view of the children, nuns and captured resistance fighters inside the school. Written and directed by Ole Borendal, SHADOWS IN MY EYES was filmed in Prague, and will be released in Denmark on 10 December.
Phillipson is also Tomas (Tomas Jonsson?) in ODD MAN RUSH, which stars Jack Mulhern as a hockey player who once was on the fast track to the NHL, but for various reasons ended up playing in Sweden’s minor professional leagues. Trevor Gretsky (son of Wayne) and Alexa Lemieu (daugher of Mario) are also in the cast, as is Hockey Hall of Famer Paul Stewart. Bill Keenan, who wrote the memoir on which the film is based, told U.S. Hockey Report: “The movie is like SLAPSHOT, though maybe more realistic. I’d say it’s a modern-day European version of SLAPSHOT…We’ll be submitting to film festivals. After that it’s kind of up to them [the producers] in how they choose to release it, either streaming or in theatres.”Continue reading →
Mimi (Laura Mennell) talks to Susie (Ksenia Solo) through a bathroom door that symbolizes the barriers between them that must be overcome.
Quinn and Hynek return to the Project Blue Book offices after the events in Washington at the end of Season One, and someone named John (Daryl Sabara) surprises them with a visit. “Hangar 18,” he says. “That’s what they call it but it’s not really a hangar. It looks like a storage building. The real lab is six floors below. That’s where I work; I’m a mechanical engineer. When the Air Force hired me they told me I was working for something called the Technical Air Intelligence Unit. I was supposed to be analyzing, breaking down, and reverse engineering Soviet technology. but the craft we’ve been working on, it’s not Russian.” Hynek asks if he believes it’s of extraterrestrial origin, and John says, “The technology of these things, it’s beyond our capabilities. Way beyond.” John asks them to meet him off base and gives them evidence of his sincerity: a metallic disk just like the one that was found in the neck of Thomas Mann in “Abduction” (Episode 1.9). John is caught trying to smuggle classified materials off the base and Quinn and Hynek are called on the carpet for trying to meet with him. Continue reading →