Gone Missing is a 2015 American drama film directed by Tamar Halpern and starring Amy Smart, David Cubitt, and James Ransone. The film follows a woman who goes missing after her husband's death, and her family's search for her. The film begins with a young woman named Sarah (Amy Smart) driving home from work one night when she is pulled over by a police officer. The officer asks her to step out of the car, and she does so. The officer then asks her to turn around and put her hands on the hood of the car. Sarah does as she is told, and the officer frisks her. The officer then tells Sarah that she is under arrest for prostitution. Sarah is shocked and confused, and she tries to explain that she is not a prostitute. The officer ignores her pleas and takes her to jail. Sarah's husband, David (David Cubitt), is shocked and devastated when he learns that Sarah has been arrested. He goes to the police station and tries to get her released, but the police refuse to let him see her. David then hires a lawyer, but the lawyer is unable to help him. Sarah is held in jail for several days without being charged with a crime. She is denied access to a phone or a lawyer, and she is subjected to physical and psychological abuse. David and Sarah's family and friends are desperate to find her, but they are unable to get any information from the police. After several days, Sarah is finally released from jail. She is traumatized and confused, and she has no memory of what happened to her. David and Sarah's family and friends are overjoyed to have her back, but they are determined to find out what happened to her. The film follows Sarah and her family's search for the truth about her disappearance. The film is a powerful and moving story about the strength of the human spirit and the power of love.

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Gone Missing (2013)

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Gone Missing is a 2015 American drama film directed by Tamar Halpern and starring Amy Smart, David Cubitt, and James Ransone. The film follows a woman who goes missing after her husband's death, and her family's search for her. The film begins with a young woman named Sarah (Amy Smart) driving home from work one night when she is pulled over by a police officer. The officer asks her to step out of the car, and she does so. The officer then asks her to turn around and put her hands on the hood of the car. Sarah does as she is told, and the officer frisks her. The officer then tells Sarah that she is under arrest for prostitution. Sarah is shocked and confused, and she tries to explain that she is not a prostitute. The officer ignores her pleas and takes her to jail. Sarah's husband, David (David Cubitt), is shocked and devastated when he learns that Sarah has been arrested. He goes to the police station and tries to get her released, but the police refuse to let him see her. David then hires a lawyer, but the lawyer is unable to help him. Sarah is held in jail for several days without being charged with a crime. She is denied access to a phone or a lawyer, and she is subjected to physical and psychological abuse. David and Sarah's family and friends are desperate to find her, but they are unable to get any information from the police. After several days, Sarah is finally released from jail. She is traumatized and confused, and she has no memory of what happened to her. David and Sarah's family and friends are overjoyed to have her back, but they are determined to find out what happened to her. The film follows Sarah and her family's search for the truth about her disappearance. The film is a powerful and moving story about the strength of the human spirit and the power of love.

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Daphne Zuniga

Rene
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Lauren Bowles

Lisa
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Brigette Davidovici

Kaitlin
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Gage Golightly

Matty
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Nick Grava

Kennedy (as Nicholas Grava)
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James Martin Kelly

Officer Benton
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Alejandro Patiño

Martin Guzman (as Alejandro Patino)
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Brock Harris

Alex
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Hunter Garner

Dylan
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David Stifel

Willie
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Aaron Lohr

Bouncer
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Jonny Cruz

Victor (as Jonathan William Cruz)
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Arturo del Puerto

Gabe
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Henry Monfries

Freshman
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Stephen A. Chang

Frat Boy (as Stephen Chang)
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Nicole Boucher

Party Goer (uncredited)
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Marcus Natividad

Bouncer #2 (uncredited)
Crew
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Tara Miele

Director
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Bryan Dick

Writer
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