"Andrea Schubert" Valerie Niehaus) is a young pilot for Lufthansa Airlines who pretty much has everything going for her. Then one day as she is flying a commercial airliner from Greece to Munich she encounters a strange weather phenomenon and decides to make an emergency landing—against the advice of traffic control—at a small airport on the outskirts of Munich. Although she somehow manages to land, the airplane suffers some damage resulting in her judgement being questioned at a safety hearing not long afterward which results in her being suspended indefinitely. Determined to prove her assertion that a strange weather pattern did in fact exist she volunteers to fly for a small company which routinely flies into storms for the purpose of possibly capturing the super-cell phenomenon on video. Now rather than reveal any more of this movie I will just say that this was an okay made-for-television drama which Valerie Niehaus essentially carried from start to finish due in large part to her acting ability and good looks. It's as simple as that. Likewise, I should probably also mention that, although the film certainly included some bad weather here and there, it wasn't really a disaster film on the magnitude of "Twister" or any of the other movies in that particular sub-genre. That said, even though this certainly wasn't a great movie by any means, it wasn't a bad film either and I have rated it accordingly. Average.