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Missing YTS
Missing YTS
1982
Action / Biography / Drama / History / Mystery / Thriller
23
7.7/10
22.8K
2 hr 2 min

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Plot Summary:
Based on the real-life experiences of Ed Horman. A conservative American businessman travels to Chile to investigate the sudden disappearance of his son after a military takeover. Accompanied by his son’s wife he uncovers a trail of cover-ups that implicate the US State department which supports the dictatorship.
Director
Costa-Gavras
Top Cast
Sissy Spacek as Beth Horman

Jack Lemmon as Ed Horman

David Clennon as Consul Phil Putnam

Joe Regalbuto as Frank Teruggi


Missing 1982 720p.BluRay

871.36 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
2 hr 2 min
Seeds 3.

Missing 1982 1080p.BluRay

1.85 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
2 hr 2 min
Seeds 13.

Missing review

Reviewed by MartinHafer

9 / 10

Well worth seeing regardless of your politics.
The film begins in Chile at the time of the coup that ended the Allende government. When Pinochet and the rightists came to power, huge numbers of folks simply disappeared or were executed outright. Anyone who could have posed a problem to the new government simply were eliminated–by the thousands. One of these was Charles Horman–an American journalist who was just too outspoken to be ignored by the regime. Although you see him as the film begins, soon he disappears and his wife and probable widow (Sissy Spacek) is beside herself trying to find him. Soon, Horman’s conservative father (Jack Lemmon) arrives and has faith that the US embassy personnel with help him in the search. Eventually, however, it becomes obvious that the personnel are NOT there to help and probably are complicit in the disappearance. What are they to do? They’re in a hostile land with few, if any, allies.

This film won an Oscar for Best Screenplay. It was also nominated for Best Actor (Jack Lemmon), Best Actress (Sissy Spacek) and Best Picture. I am surprised that “Gandhi” won the Best Picture award that year–especially since the film was, in many ways, quite inaccurate historically (I am a history teacher–trust me on this one). “Missing” was a better film–as were “The Verdict”, “Tootsie” and “ET” (in my semi-humble opinion). I wonder if perhaps the film’s politics doomed it to lose–though considering Hollywood generally DOES run left, this may not be the case.

I am a reasonably conservative American, though I feel ashamed when I see films like “Missing” (as well as Costa-Garvas’ other famous film, “Z”). While I am glad that the US had been traditionally anti-communist, this single-minded approach to international communism appears VERY misguided in hindsight. In too many cases, in order to combat this, the US government sponsored repressive and evil regimes–when they should have been pushing for self-determination and freedom. No matter how you try to excuse this, situations like the ones in “Missing” are simply inexcusable and the film should be seen by everyone–not just those on the left politically. Why? Because, the story in this case is TRUE–the situation involving the Pinochet regime in Chile was just plain evil–and should NOT be forgotten or ignored. History should be understood and lessons learned from them…or they’ll be repeated. Well worth seeing and very well made overall.Read More