see also: Etymology of Disappeared
Disappeared the ( The Vanishing ) is an American film carried out by George Sluizer, left in 1993.
SynopsisJeff and Diane stop on a rest area… and Diane disappears. Jeff does not give up research, although time passes. It will end up meeting Barney, which has a curious way of doing of research.
CommentThe final is out of film of horror, but the rise in tension of film is well carried out and analyzes it human situations is fine. Until where one goes, as well in the will for power as in the mourning of a missing…? The presence of Sandra Bullock on the screen is rather short, but full with freshness.
- Title: Disappeared the
- original Title: The Vanishing
- Realization: George Sluizer
- Scenario: Todd Graff, according to the novel The Golden delicious Egg , of Tim Krabbé
- Production: Larry Brezner, Pieter Jan Brugge, Todd Graff, Paul Schiff and Lauren Weissman
- Production company: Twentieth Century Fox
- Budget: 20 million dollars (15,17 million euros)
- Music: Jerry Goldsmith
- Photography: Peter Suschitzky
- Assembly: Bruce Green
- Decorations: Jeannine Claudia Oppewall
- Costumes: Durinda Wood
- Country of origin: the United States
- Format: Colors - 1,85:1 - Dolby Surround - 35 mm
- Kind: Thriller
- Lasted: 109 minutes
- Comings out date: February 5th 1993 (the United States), July 7th 1993 (France)
- Film prohibited with less than 12 years at the time of its exit in France
- Jeff Bridges: Barney Cousins
- Kiefer Sutherland: Jeff Harriman
- Nancy Travis: Rita Baker
- Sandra Bullock: Diane Shaver
- Park Overall: Lynn
- Maggie Linderman : Denise Cousins
- LISA Eichhorn: Helene Cousins
- George Hearn: Arthur Bernard
- Lynn Hamilton: Miss Carmichael
- Garrett Bennett: the cop of the service station
- George Catalano: the cop of the highway
- Frank Girardeau: the cop of the apartment
- Stephen Bridgewater: the presenter tele
- Susan Barnes: the colleague
- Rich Hawkins: Stan
- turning was held with Cody, Monroe, North Bend and Seattle.
- George Sluizer had already adapted the novel of Tim Krabbé with the Man who wanted to know (1988).
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- Wipe Out , composed by Ron Wilson, Robert Berryhill, James Fuller and Patrick Connelly
- Quittin' Time , interpreted by Asleep At the Wheel
- Sweet Rain , interpreted by Texas Toilets
- Nomination at the price of best film of horror and better actor for Jeff Bridges, by the Academy of science fiction films, fantastic and horror in 1994.
- Disappeared the on Internet Movie Database
- Critical DevilDead
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