The X-Files: The Truth (2002) - Chris Carter wrote this storyline to finish the popular show in spectacular and quite dramatic fashion. Produced in two-part format, the
BBC screened both episodes together as feature-length closure for cult phenomenon, The X-Files.
In the climactic action scenes, two black helicopter gunships (Eurocopter AS-355 Twin Star machines) firebomb the cliffside site of some American indian sacred caves
to destroy secret evidence about the aliens.
Another A-star chopper was used as the camera-ship, and there's a Bell UH-1 Huey in the early sequence where hero FBI agent Mulder (David Duchovny) faces the tribunal
at a top secret military base.
Thanks to Steve Stafford at Studio Wings for all these
behind-the-scenes photos from THE X-FILES.