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The disappearance of a university student is the mystery that drives the events in this gripping dramatic thriller, the handiwork of three of Canadian cinema’s most exceptional emerging directors. Jordan Canning, Renuka Jeyapalan and Kris Booth all apply bold and distinctive approaches to the trio of interlinked stories in Ramona Barckert’s script about the efforts to discover the fate of Cara Cook (Queen’s Drama grad, Jacqueline Byers) by her distraught parents Torri (Marie Cook) and Rich (Richard Clarkin), as well as Jonathan Briggs (Michael Xavier), a cop with a personal connection to the case. Their search for Cara yields surprises and twists that are as startling for the characters as they are for viewers.
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Part of: 2018 Kingston Canadian Film Festival
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