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|提及的人：||Charles Horman; Thomas Hauser; Thomas Hauser; Charles Horman|
|文件类型：||视觉资料, 书, 计算机文档|
Edward Lewis, (Motion picture producer); Costa-Gavras; Donald Stewart; Mildred Lewis; Jack Lemmon; Sissy Spacek; John Shea; Melanie Mayron; David Clennon; Janice Rule; Charles Cioffi; Richard Venture; Joyce Horman; Sean Daniel; Ed Horman; Peter Kornbluh; Thomas Hauser; Michael Wood; Terry Simon; Gary Crowdus; Universal Pictures (Firm); Polygram Pictures.; Criterion Collection (Firm)
|语言注释：||In English and Spanish with optional subtitles in English; subtitled for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.|
|注意：||Based on the book The execution of Charles Horman / by Thomas Hauser.
Originally produced as a motion picture in 1982.
|制作人员：||Director of photography, Ricardo Aronovich ; film editor, FrancÌ§oise Bonnot ; music composed and arranged by Vangelis ; production designer, Peter Jamison ; special visual effects by Albert Whitlock.|
|演员名单:||Jack Lemmon (Ed Horman), Sissy Spacek (Beth Horman), John Shea (Charles Horman), Melanie Mayron (Terry Simon), David Clennon (Consul Phil Putman), Janice Rule (Kate Newman), Charles Cioffi (Captain Ray Tower), Richard Venture (U.S. Ambassador).|
|奖励：||Winner, Palm D'Or: Costa-Gavras, Best Actor: Jack Lemmon--1982 Cannes Film Festival; Best Film Editing: FrancÌ§oise Bonnot, Best Screenplay: Costa-Gavras and Donald Stewart--1983 BAFTA Film Awards; Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium: Costa-Gavras and Donald Stewart--1983 Academy Awards.|
|描述：||2 videodiscs (122 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (36 pages : black and white, illustrations ; 19 cm).|
|详述：||DVD; Region 1, NTSC; Dolby Digital mono.; widescreen presentation, aspect ratio 1.85:1, enhanced for 16:9 televisions; new restored high-definition digital transfer.|
|内容：||Disc 1 the film: Charles and Terry --
Back home with Beth --
"They can't hurt us" --
Past curfew --
Ed Horman in D.C. --
Two weeks missing --
"The hiding theory" --
Viña Del Mar --
Capt. Ray Tower --
Charles's arrest --
Another theory --
Teruggi and Holloway --
"I just want my boy back" --
Hospital inquiries --
Getting to know Charlie --
National stadium --
Italian Embassy --
Charles's notes --
Ford Foundation --
Reason to believe --
Call from Putnam --
Going home --
Color bars (1982) (122 min.); Trailer (3 min.). Disc 2 the supplements: Costa-Gravas [featurette] (33 min.) --
Joyce Horman on "Missing" [featurette] (30 min.) --
Producing "Missing" [featurette] (18 min.) --1982 Cannes Film Festival [featurette] (20 min.) --
Pursuing truth: an interview with Peter Kornbluh, [featurette] (20 min.) --
In honor of "Missing" [featurette] (21 min.); booklet includes the essays "Who would care about us if we disappeared?" by Michael Wood, "Real People" by Terry Simon, "An interview with Costa-Gavras" by Gary Crowdus, and "U.S. State Department's response to the film."
|丛书名：||Criterion collection (DVD videodiscs), 449.|
|其他题名：||Execution of Charles Horman.
Who would care about us if we disappeared?
Interview with Costa-Gavras.
Missing (Motion picture : 1982)
A film by Costa-Gavras M ssing
|责任：||a Universal Pictures ; a Polygram Pictures presentation ; an Edward Lewis production ; a Costa-Gavras film ; screenplay by Costa-Gavras & Donald Stewart ; produced by Edward and Mildred Lewis ; directed by Costa-Gavras.|
As the title screens proclaim, "This film is based on a true story. The incidents and facts are documented. Some of the names have been changed to protect the innocent and also to protect the film." In a Latin American country in the throes of a military coup, Charles Horman, an American journalist and filmmaker living there with his wife Joyce, disappears--never to be seen again. His father Ed always found his son flaky and naïve, and didn't approve of his lifestyle, but he joins Joyce in a wild-goose chase through bureaucratic dead ends. They eventually come to suspect that the American consulate is lying to them about Charles' disappearance and about their country's investment in the coup's success. Ed makes the transition from unquestioning patriot to newly awakened skeptic of U.S. covert activities, a decent citizen who embodies the conscience of a nation.
- Horman, Charles, -- 1942-1973 -- Drama.
- Disappeared persons -- Drama.
- Missing persons -- Drama.
- Coups d'état -- Drama.
- Journalists -- Drama.
- United States -- Foreign relations -- Drama.
- South America -- Politics and government -- 20th century -- Drama.
- Chile -- History -- Coup d'état, 1973 -- Drama.
- Chile -- Foreign relations -- United States -- Drama.
- Hauser, Thomas -- Film adaptations.
- Hauser, Thomas.
- Horman, Charles, -- 1942-1973.
- Coups d'état.
- Diplomatic relations.
- Disappeared persons.
- Missing persons.
- Politics and government.
- South America.
- United States.