Claire is a talented and devoted therapist, but nevertheless suffers from solitude and wonders why she has sacrificed her private life for her career. At the moment, she has to attend to five plane crash survivors. As they share their memories of the incident – which some say include an explosion that the airline claims never happened – Claire becomes intrigued by Eric, the most secretive of the quintet, and starts to fall in love with him. When some of the survivors mysteriously disappear, she suspects that Eric may hold the answers. Claire becomes determined to uncover the truth, no matter what the consequences might be. It doesn’t make sense trying to compare Passengers with any other “dramatic survivor thrillers”, because this film thrives on mystery and atmosphere conveyed by the beguiling characters. There’s no horror but lots of psychological tension and an ending that will delight fans of…no, telling would be spoiling. Passengers is directed by Rodrigo Garcia ( son of the writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez ) and stars Ann Hathaway ( The Princess Diaries, The Devil Wears Prada, Rachel Getting Married ) in a very convincing dramatic role.