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The Disappeared -- The Disappeared is a psychological horror-chiller in the same vein as
'Don't Look Now'.   Following the disappearance of his younger brother
Tom, Matthew tries to put his life and sanity back together. However
the past keeps coming back to haunt him.

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Following the disappearance of his younger brother Tom, Matthew Ryan tries to put his life and sanity back together. However the past keeps coming back to haunt him. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order)

Harry Treadaway ... Matthew Ryan

Greg Wise ... Jake Ryan

Alex Jennings ... Adrian Ballan

Tom Felton ... Simon Pryor

Nikki Amuka-Bird ... Shelley Cartwright
Ros Leeming ... Amy Tyler

Bronson Webb ... Gang Leader

Georgia Groome ... Sophie Pryor
Lewis Lemperuer Palmer ... Tom Ryan (as Lewis Lempereuer Palmer)
Jefferson Hall ... Edward Bryant

Finlay Robertson ... Jason Saks
Tyler Anthony ... Rebecca Cartwright
James Cook ... Anthony
T'Nia Miller ... Doctor
Benedict Martin ... Father Symmonds
Daniel Tatarsky ... Police Sergeant
Paula Bingham ... Mrs. Pryor

Glynne Steele ... Doctor Cole
Evie Dawnay ... Nurse
Oscar Redif ... Young boy
Patricia Murphy ... TV Reporter
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

David Broughton-Davies ... Amy's Father (uncredited)
Ruth D'Silva ... Reporter (uncredited)

Directed by
Johnny Kevorkian 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Johnny Kevorkian 
Neil Murphy 

Produced by
Stephanie Charmail .... line producer
Johnny Kevorkian .... producer
Neil Murphy .... producer
Boo Simonian .... associate producer
Gabriel Simonian .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Ilan Eshkeri 
 
Cinematography by
Diego Rodriguez 
 
Film Editing by
Celia Haining 
 
Casting by
Buffy Hall 
Vicky Wildman 
 
Production Design by
Malin Lindholm 
 
Art Direction by
Cathy Featherstone 
Kevin Woodhouse 
 
Costume Design by
Rebecca Gore 
 
Makeup Department
Georgiana Creanga .... hair assistant
Georgiana Creanga .... makeup assistant
Ashley Hill .... hair assistant
Ashley Hill .... makeup assistant
Mary-Anne Waite .... chief hair stylist
Mary-Anne Waite .... chief makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Simon .J. Aguirre .... second assistant director (as Simon Aguirre)
Steve Murphy .... first assistant director
Emily Perowne .... third assistant director
 
Art Department
Steven Aldridge .... storyboard artist
Olivia Altaras .... prop maker
Emma Clough .... stand-by props
Charlotte Crosbie .... production buyer
Charlotte Crosbie-Jones .... props buyer
Philippa Culpepper .... assistant art director
Jonnie Elf .... carpenter
Kim Green .... prop maker
Chris Hone .... stand-by art director
Sofia Linfeldt .... art department assistant
Jenny Ray .... props
Sandra Soler .... set dresser (as Sandra Soler Peyton)
Alan Sullivan .... carpenter
Mia Summerville .... art department assistant
Ria Wicks .... prop maker
Sandra Soler .... assistant art director (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Mark Appleby .... adr recordist
Antony Bayman .... adr recordist (as Anthony Bayman)
Rob Edwards .... adr recordist
Jennie Evans .... sound effects editor
Matthew Gough .... dialogue editor
Matthew Gough .... re-recording mixer
Dave Humphries .... foley artist
Dave Humphries .... foley editor
Dave Humphries .... foley recordist
Iain Jamieson .... adr recordist
Garth Marshall .... sound recordist
Gavin Marshall .... boom operator
Sue Massey .... foley artist
 
Visual Effects by
Dave Bannister .... digital compositor: Rushes Post Production
Charlie Bluett .... prosthetic designer
Tone Davies .... laboratory contacts
Michael Deming .... digital film bureau
Joseph Dymond .... digital compositor: Rushes
Guy Elson .... digital compositor: Rushes Post Production
Sukh Gill .... visual effects co-coordinator
Rob Gordon .... digital online editor
Andy Hargreaves .... animator: Rushes Post Production
Louise Hussey .... visual effects producer: Rushes Post Production
Timothy P. Jones .... digital film bureau
Tom Kimberley .... compositor: Rushes Post Production
Alex Llewellyn .... digital compositor: Rushes Post Production
Patrick Malone .... digital intermediate director of production
Erin McGookin .... digital intermediate producer
John Palmer .... digital film bureau manager
Rob Pizzey .... digital colourist
Kate Porter .... compositor: Rushes Post Production
Scott Pritchard .... lead compositor: Rushes Post Production
Jonathan Privett .... digital effects supervisor: Rushes Post Production
Cristina Puente .... compositor: Rushes Post Production
John Taylor .... laboratory contacts
Lee Tibbetts .... animator: Rushes Post Production
Laurent Treherne .... digital film technical director
Abey Watkins .... prosthetic design assistant
Dean Watkins .... representing: Ascent Media Group
Alan Williamson .... visual effects assistant: Rushes Post Production
Jez Tucker .... senior systems administrator: Rushes Post Production (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Dave Holland .... stunt coordinator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Anna Bogacz .... focus puller: second unit
Nick den Bak .... trainee camera
Grace Donaldson .... key grip
Thomas Fishwick .... camera runner
Mike Garrod .... focus puller: second unit
Jon Gower .... trainee electrician
Steven Grant .... electrician: dailies (as Steve Grant)
John Harris .... best boy
Rob Hart .... focus puller
Matthew Hickin .... trainee electrician
Tony Kay .... focus puller
Alex Meacock .... best boy grip
Glen Milner .... clapper loader
Julie Monniere .... clapper loader
Mattias Nyberg .... director of photography: second unit
Joel Rainsley .... electrician: dailies (as Joel Rasinsley)
Diego Rodriguez .... camera operator (as Diego Rodriquez)
Bernhard Rostoski .... gaffer (as Bernhard Rotoski)
Annika Summerson .... electrician
Richard Thomas .... electrician: dailies
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Corinne Bibby .... costume assistant
Anne T. Delaney .... costume assistant: dailies
 
Editorial Department
Emily Greenwood .... digital on-line editor
Toby Lloyd .... assistant editor
Erin McGookin .... digital intermediate producer
Laurent Treherne .... digital intermediate technical director
Catherine Williams .... assistant editor
 
Music Department
Christoph Bauschinger .... additional composer
Andy Brown .... conductor
Andy Brown .... music contractor
Caroline Dale .... musician: cello
Adam Duncan .... music production assistant
Felix Erskine .... composer: additional music
Celia Graham .... vocals
Chad Hobson .... additional composer
Elisa Kustow .... music production coordinator
The London Metropolitan Orchestra .... music performed by
Stephen McLaughlin .... music produced by (as Steve McLaughlin)
Robin Schmidt .... vocals
Scott Shields .... composer: additional music
 
Transportation Department
Marcus Cozier .... driver
Albert Omenesa .... driver
 
Other crew
Adam Bandurski .... location security
Moss Blade .... production runner
Maria Chiorando .... key floor runner
David Colenutt .... location manager
Tamsin Curno .... production coordinator
Tim Curtis .... production lawyer
Jerry Fox .... location security
Janine Frank .... production assistant
Chris Keys .... set runner
Kriss Landin .... script supervisor
Liam Lockspeiser .... assistant location manager
Tony May .... location security
Alex McPherson .... production accountant
Georgina Morelle .... production assistant
Paul Mortimer .... unit nurse
Raphael Pulman .... set runner (as Raphael Pullman)
Eduardo Rodrigalvarez .... set runner
Sian Singh .... production coordinator
Hardey Speight .... location manager: dailies
Jessica Squires .... script supervisor
Brett Thomas .... set runner
Ben Ward .... production runner
 
Thanks
Emma Devonshire .... the producers wish to thank: Ilab
Patrick McEnallay .... the producers wish to thank: Lee Lighting (as Patrick Macenallay)
Michael Riley .... the producers wish to thank (as Mike Riley)
Clare Wise .... the producers wish to thank
 

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Incorrectly regarded as goofs: In the scene where Simon (Tom Felton) throws Matthew (Harry Treadaway) out of his house, Matthew says "Wait. Tom, it's trying to warn us," using the actor's name instead of his character's.

He says 'Tom is trying to warn us', referring to his missing brother.See more »
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5 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
A poignant if familiar story, 27 February 2011
Author: Leofwine_draca from United Kingdom

A gritty council estate drama about a missing kid, with the usual run of domestic violence, hoodie gangs, street crime, beatings, social workers and creepy adults. It's down to earth and realistic, eliciting decent performances from its mostly teenage cast; Harry Treadaway is particularly good as the boy grieving for his lost brother. Unfortunately, though, this story is very familiar (URBAN GHOST STORY is just one of the many others I remember doing the same kind of thing), and it doesn't have a great deal to differentiate it from the rest.

It's gently haunting for the most part, with the ghost story taking the form of snatched visions, unexplained domestic events and a general feeling of suspense and foreboding. The sub-plot involving a medium and her young girl was very well done, I thought, and the twist ending is undeniably powerful (if very familiar, considering all the other films ploughing the same furrow). Cast nods go to Tom Felton (Harry Potter's Malfoy) playing a refreshingly non-magical teen for once, Ros Leeming as the poignant love interest and Alex Jennings (who some may remember from Children's BBC's ALFONSO BONZO) as a kindly vicar.

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