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Disappeared (2004)

She's Gone (original title)
Harry Sands is a self made man, happily married with two children. When he learns that his daughter has gone missing in Istanbul, he flies out to find her. To Harry's horror, he discovers ... See full summary »

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Harry Sands
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Joanna Sands
Gary Lucy ...
Michael Sands
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Manda
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Peter Vine
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Metit Fazouk
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Turkish Cop
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Kurdish Woman
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Olivia Sands
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Harry Sands is a self made man, happily married with two children. When he learns that his daughter has gone missing in Istanbul, he flies out to find her. To Harry's horror, he discovers from Olivia's best friend, that the two of them have been working as nightclub dancers and not as the charity workers like Harry was led to believe. So begins the hunt for his missing daughter and a journey that turns into a nightmare as Harry is forced to face his own prejudices and mounting paranoia.... Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for sexual content and language | See all certifications »
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Thank god for a Ray of sunshine here

Here we go, one more time. Daughter goes to a foreign country, supposedly to do aid work. Father doesn't hear from her. He sets out to find her. It's great though that we have Winstone here, one of my favorite actors. He plays Harry Sands, who goes to Istanbul to track down his missing loved one, who went off with her girlfriend. What he discovers, is a shocking revelation for any parent. The daughter was working as a stripper at a seedy Istanbul revue, some dozes of titty and flesh. Only now she's not working there anymore, and suspicion fall on the son and father who owns the club. Some scenes has Winstone losing it, and we always know they're watchable as he's so believable at dramatics that are not overdone. Soon he becomes obsessed, knocking on other doors, one where a drugged out girl, is kept as a sex slave in a Turkish Bathhouse, who but the that club owner Father and his goons showing up. Thankfully, She's Gone has a happy ending, but the whole film's not enough as we've seen so many of it's type before. It's hardly even suspenseful. The nudity and Winstone are the only two reasons for watching this. Not without mention, but this is one of Ray's lesser known films, that falls pretty weak.


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