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2016 South Korean film


Released 2016 (6 years, 6 months ago)

Country of origin South Korea

About Missing

"Missing" is a gripping thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish. Directed by Ron Howard and starring Jack Nicholson and Sissy Spacek, the film tells the story of a father's desperate search for his son, who has gone missing while on a trip to South America.

The film is based on the true story of Charles Horman, an American journalist who disappeared during the 1973 Chilean coup d'état. Howard does an excellent job of bringing Horman's story to life, capturing the chaos and uncertainty of the time period.

Nicholson delivers a powerful performance as Horman's father, Ed, who is determined to uncover the truth about his son's disappearance. Spacek is equally impressive as Ed's wife, Beth, who struggles to come to terms with the possibility that their son may never be found.

The film's tense atmosphere is enhanced by a haunting score by Vangelis, which perfectly captures the sense of unease and desperation that permeates the story.

Overall, "Missing" is a must-see film that will leave you thinking long after the credits roll. It's a powerful reminder of the importance of speaking truth to power, and the devastating consequences that can result when that truth is suppressed.


- Ebert, R. (1982, February 12). Missing.

- Missing (1982). Rotten Tomatoes.

Cast and crew

Cast and crew listed below. See if you can find out who is who from the stats below.


45 years, 5 months, 24 days


45 years, 5 months, 24 days

Born first

25 December 1977

Born last

25 December 1977

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