Private detective John Rosow is hired to tail a man on a train from Chicago to Los Angeles. Rosow gradually uncovers the man's identity as a missing person; one of the thousands presumed dead after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Persuaded by a large reward, Rosow is charged with bringing the missing person back to his wife in New York City.
John Rosow is a private investigator. And an alcoholic. He just got the case of his life.
3 December 2009 (Australia)
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Also Known As:
Az eltűnt személy
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Opening Weekend USA: $2,715,
20 November 2009, Limited Release
Gross USA: $17,580, 21 February 2010
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
The radio chatter heard as Rosow drives to the Twin Towers on 11 September 2011 is an actual recording of chatter on the FDNY network on that day. See more
When the train pulls into what's supposed to be Union Station, Los Angeles, the platform is really in Downtown San Diego. John Rosow is next seen in front of Union Station which is 120 miles away by air. Previously, when he boarded the train (the California Zephyr) in Chicago, the same San Diego platform (including the trunk of a palm tree) can be seen briefly through the window. The California Zephyr does not go to either San Diego or LA. It terminates in Emeryville. See more
I could lie there forever. But the phone rang.
Features Hell's Angels
Written by Baby Dayliner
(as Ethan Marunas)
Performed by Baby Dayliner
Courtesy of Brassland Music See more