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Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 96%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 85%
IMDb Rating 7.8 10 15496


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Sissy Spacek as Beth Horman
Jack Lemmon as Ed Horman
John Shea as Charles Horman
David Clennon as Consul Phil Putnam
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by namashi_1 9 / 10

The Late/Great Jack Lemmon & Sissy Spacek are Electrifying in this Terrific Drama Film!

'Missing' Directed by Costa-Gavras, is compelling, disturbing & unforgettable. Based on a shocking true-story, this tale on search & what it takes to be one when a war wages on, is rich storytelling from start to finish. And it always helps if you have The Late/Great Jack Lemmon & Sissy Spaeck as the leading-players.

'Missing' Synopsis: When an idealistic American writer disappears during the Chilean coup d'état in September 1973, his wife and father try to find him.

'Missing' is about a father & a wife, who go searching for their missing, righteous son. We watch the father & his daughter-in-law helplessly search for their loved one, who disappears in the middle of a gruesome bloodbath in the US-backed Chilean coup of 1973. Its a heartbreaking true-story & shows the after-effect of having lost someone, with gut-wrenching honesty. This is a dramatic film, that demands your attention & condemns violence as loudly as it should, before and now.

Costa-Gavras & Donald E. Stewart's Oscar-Winning Screenplay (Based on Thomas Hauser's book by the same name) is Terrific. Costa-Gavras' Direction is excellent. Cinematography is skillfully done. Editing offers sharpness. Art & Costume Design are perfect. Vangelis' Score is superb, as always.

Performance-Wise: Lemmon & Spacek, together, are an Acting Dynamo. As the grieving father & wife, Lemmon & Spaeck form a bond of truth & electrify the screen with their strong portrayals. Their work here makes 'Missing' an even more powerful film. Hats off!

On the whole, 'Missing' is a big winner. Two Big Thumbs Up!

Reviewed by Benedito Dias Rodrigues 8 / 10

Pinochet the Butcher!!

All us understood what really happened in Chile because this kind of coup blow up here in Brazil in 1964 and Argentina as well,the Military took the power at coast of thousand lives in Chile,the butcher Pinochet after that rules the country with heavy hands stay free,and just was arrested in England...so sad to know that Americans supported this kind of butchery, Costa Graves made this movie in Mexico and rose up the happenings those bloody September....the mostly people whose are killed in underground at National Stadium were innocent people...tell the legend that is possible to hear their voices haunting that place!!!The movie still scream to loud even today!!


First watch: 1988 / How many: 4 / Source: TV-Cable TV-DVD / Rating: 8.5

Reviewed by Mike Allen 2 / 10


A quick history lesson...

On Sept 11 (yes indeed) 1973 at the direct behest of Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger... A coup was actioned in the sovereign country of Chile... Something to do with the people electing someone who intended to put people first... Can't have that now can we? Crazy idea.

So is this film about how that coup which killed thousands affected the people of Chile.

Well don't hold your breath coz this is Hollywood.

No this film is about how a single American family was personally (sob) affected (sob, sob) by the events (oh the tears). Didn't Chile's military know that in the American passport it says "No Americans To Be Affected? Duh.

So if your looking for the thought provoking historical drama that this could have been then you're in the wrong place.

If you want to celebrate spreading freedom and democracy at the barrel of a somebody elses gun then get your pizza, your freedom fries and your cool beer and sit back.

All topped off with a typically manipulative soundtrack by Vangelis of course.

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