Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Dakota is about a pilot who owns an airplane of the same name. Dick (Kees Brusse) takes on odd jobs with the plane, many of them illegal. He accomplishes at least one long-distance flying feat, which astonishes his knowledgeable friends, and suffers from the isolation and loneliness of his solo job. In one scene, he has a nightmare in which one of his employers, a beautiful woman, falls from the plane.
airplane, barnstorming, career, isolation, loneliness, nightmare