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Missing: The Complete First Season

Missing: The Complete First Season
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Synopsis

Release Date:

June 12,2012

After Becca Winstone’s son disappears while overseas for a summer internship, she takes it upon herself to travel to Europe to track him down.  It soon becomes clear that Becca is no ordinary soccer mom, but a former CIA agent deactivated after the devastating death of her husband.  If she wants to find her son alive, Becca will have to rely on old friends…and old enemies…thus reopening old wounds.  Her resourcefulness, skill and determination will be put to the test - but a mother’s love knows no limits.
                                   
Talent/Cast:                 
Ashley Judd (“Where The Heart Is”), Sean Bean (“Game of Thrones”), Cliff Curtis (“Whale Rider”), Adriano Giannini (“Ocean’s Twelve”), Nick Eversman (“The Runaways”), Tereza Voriskova (“Borgia”),
Aunjanue Ellis (“The Help”), Laura Donnelly (“Merlin”) and Keith Carradine (“Cowboys & Aliens”). 

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Features

Bonus Features:         
Missing: In Action – Viewers join Ashley Judd and executive producers Greg Poirier & Gina Matthews, as they look at the genesis and production of the international project.

On Location: Inside Istanbul – Audiences will get to see firsthand what it takes to shoot an international television production when the cast and crew show how they broke language barriers and borders on location in
Turkey for 12 days.

Deleted Scenes – Now fans can delve further into the “Missing” mystery with seven never-before-seen deleted scenes that include: Standard Delivery, Red Tape, No Escape, No Better Adventure, Close Call, Lock
Up and Cornered.

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