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The Missing - Season 1
The summer vacation of a UK family turns into nightmare, when the family decides to spend their summer vacation in northern France. But on their journey their car stopped and they had to get off in a small town near the night. As they roamed the town, they went to a bar to watch a soccer game, but things got worse as the game was seen. The son was lost and was not found.
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February 16, 2017 A skepticism toward institutions, both international and domestic, never gets specific enough to become hard-hitting criticism. I'd rather watch a bricklayer at his job; at least he won't pretend there's a larger moral point to his work.Read in Source
November 17, 2014 There have been an awful lot of movies and shows about lost children, but The Missing elevates the familiar dynamic to a new level with a gut wrenching mystery.Read in Source
November 14, 2014 It is a riveting, heartbreaking, fascinating drama, taking a subject that could easily have been turned into a Lifetime TV Movie melodrama and making it real with its subtle, character-driven grace notes and the breakneck speed of its elaborate plotting.Read in Source
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
November 14, 2014 The Missing... is sometimes grueling to watch. But it earns a place in haunting crime drama next to the recent Broadchurch and Top of the Lake.Read in Source
The Blu Spot
April 13, 2015 The Missing is a fascinating, unique, and ambitious piece of storytelling that one can't help but get engrossed in.Read in Source
November 17, 2014 I liked it enough to want to know how it ends. I'll likely watch the whole thing, but it's one of those shows that has elements that are tough to take, and I'd understand if some potential audience members gave it a miss.Read in Source
Sydney Morning Herald
September 26, 2016 Nesbitt and O'Connor are stunning. Equally brilliant is Tcheky Karyo, who plays the French detective Julien Baptiste.Read in Source
New York Daily News
November 14, 2014 The Missing is a closed-end series, promising a conclusion at the end of its eight episodes. Painful as that journey may be, the show and these actors hit all the notes that make us want to come along.Read in Source
Common Sense Media
November 17, 2014 Trodding a timeworn path for television drama, The Missing is nonetheless exquisitely affecting and positively addictive.Read in Source
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