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Forced to smuggle whiskey in an attempt to save his family, Quebec Bill (Kris Kristofferson) and his son will embark on an unforgettable trip. This wild journey through vast reaches of the wilderness will lead them to discover a haunted and elusive past. Disappearances features Kris Kristofferson's greatest performance to date in this beautifully shot western adventure.
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CastLothaire Bluteau, William Sanderson, John Griesemer, Gary Farmer, Genevive Bujold
DirectorJay Craven
DVD Release Date:  July 3, 2007
Runtime:  103 minutes
Studio:  Screen Media
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review by . July 09, 2007
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`Disappearances' is an enigma. Taking place during the Great Depression in Vermont, we get an outlaw caper and a tale of the supernatural. The movie is more worthy than not, but when it relies on the former, we get captivating adventure; when it relies on the latter we get more mood than substance. Kris Kristopherson, featuring one of his best performances in memory, leads an assorted cast through peril during the Prohibition.     Quebec's the name and making ends meet is the …
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