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Missing You? (2010)

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A co-dependent couple discover what they truly mean to each other after spending a week apart.

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Chris Ahlman ...
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Rachel Jendrzejewski ...
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Victor LaRosa ...
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A co-dependent couple discover what they truly mean to each other after spending a week apart.

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Will he or won't he miss her while she's away?

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Leaving Today
Written by Tom Tierney
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Girl, no gun
19 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jean Luc Godard famously wrote that to make a film you need 2 things: a girl and a gun. In "Missing You" film auteur Andrew Ching has delivered on the girl, but where is the gun?

In 'Missing You" Andrew Ching reveals the truth--that real journeys are not to someplace new. The real journey brings us back to our inherent nature.

Like Odysseus and the suitors, when we are absent things tend to fall apart.

The purpose of film is not to go somewhere.

The purpose of film is to come home.


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