"Alaska's Bush Pilots . . .The Real Deal" was filmed in the wilds of Alaska in high-definition by Jim Oltersdorf Film Productions of the Kenai Peninsula. It is a compelling, vibrant story of the great far north and the modern day pilots. Their aircraft are unbelievable! The film includes magnificent scenery of this raw and dangerous land along with footage of spectacular giant Alaskan brown bears, spewing volcanoes, eagles, moose, caribou and a host of other wildlife and is most suitable for family viewing.
The story is interlaced with in-depth and exciting interviews of these courageous pilots as they recall many different stories of their experiences in the remote wilderness. Some are quite hilarious and others are serious and heart-pounding. They tell stories about rescues of stranded fellow pilots, taking their families 40 miles from their already remote bush homes to go fishing at "a better spot" to encounters with vast herds of caribou and the huge bears. You will "fly" in the seat right next to these men in the cockpit and witness wingtip-to-wingtip aerial HD photography that Jim Oltersdorf shot during filming as he is known nationally for. Its about where they fly, how they fly and why they fly. If you've even known what excitement is, step aside, this one is going to blast you off your seat!
No, unfortunately this DVD is only in English audio and there are no subtitles available.