The Terminal is a 2004 American comedy-drama film produced and directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Stanley Tucci. The film is about an Eastern European man who is stuck in New York's John F. Kennedy Airport terminal when he is denied entry to the United States and at the same time is unable to return to his native country because of a military coup.
Viktor Navorski, a traveler from the fictional country of Krakozhia, arrives at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and learns that a coup d'état has occurred back home. The United States does not recognize Krakozhia's new government, and Viktor is not permitted to enter the United States or return home as his passport is no longer considered valid. Because of this, U.S. Customs and Border Protection seize his passport and return ticket pending resolution of the issue. He becomes a refugee and is forced to live at the airport.
|author||Jeff Nathanson Sacha Gervasi|
|contentLocation||New York City|
|keywords||a great day in harlem act build change of heart claim coup d\'etat disillusion flight attendant force government official hear hungarian hungary india john f. kennedy international airport live at married obsess planter police officer read return home scar search travel u.s. customs and border protection|
|producer||Laurie MacDonald Steven Spielberg Walter F. Parkes|
|productionCompany||Amblin Entertainment DreamWorks Pictures MacDonald Productions Parkes]]/[[Laurie MacDonald|