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Movie Review: Missing (1982)

24 October 2008 7:17 AM, PDT | Rope of Silicon | See recent Rope Of Silicon news »

Sissy Spacek and Jack Lemmon in Missing

Photo: Universal Pictures Adapted from Thomas Hauser's book of the same name Missing won the Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay in 1983 and was nominated for Actor, Actress and Picture as well. The film tells the story of a father who flies down to an unnamed South American country (known to be Chile) to search for his missing son during a time of civil unrest. If the film was trying to get any specific political message across it never quite hits home even though a jab at American involvement in Chile is quite obvious. Instead it comes across more as a family piece as a man and his daughter-in-law are able to set aside their personal and political beliefs in an attempt to find Charles Horman (John Shea), the missing member of their family. Jack Lemmon stars as the father, Ed Horman, with »

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