The story of Amelia Earhart’s famous “final flight” and how it tragically ended has become the stuff of both legend and controversy.

Many accounts of her life have been penned and filmed over the years (most recently in the biopic Amelia starring Oscar-winner Hilary Swank). But most of these tomes focus on the more sensational aspects of the story:

  • Did she really die?
  • Was she a spy for the government?
  • Was she really the infamous “Tokyo Rose”?
Meanwhile, what often gets buried under all the hype and hyperbole is the story of a singularly extraordinary woman – who defied convention and became a pilot at a time when women weren’t supposed to do such things.

Using rare photographs and compelling reenactments, Resolution puts all the hype aside, and instead paints an intimate portrait of the woman at the heart of the legend.

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