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Life on the Line
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Golden Globe winner John Travolta (Pulp Fiction) stars in this tense action thriller, where a team of Texas linemen race to install miles of cable before a deadly lightning storm destroys the power grid. These unsung heroes work hundreds of feet in the air, on wires carrying as much as 500,000 volts of electricity, with death often inches away.
Beau Ginner (Travolta) is haunted by the electrocution death of his younger brother, which left Beau raising his niece, Bailey (Kate Bosworth, Heist) on his own. Beau is determined to see her go to college and away from the life of linemen, but Bailey has other plans, including staying in touch with her ex-boyfriend Duncan (Devon Sawa, Final Destination) whom Beau despises. As a major storm descends on the county, events come to a head, leaving both Bailey and Beau's lives on the line.
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Bought this because I saw a documentary on Linemen last year. And could not believe the conditions those guys had to work in.
Decided to buy this down download because it stared John Travolta, was it worth the money Yes enjoyed it gets Chris.T Highly Recommended & I don't give that very often !.
The cast and props graphic designers should go back to school and, in particular, learn about how to apply depth of field and also learn the basics of anchoring graphics to the floor..!