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Disappearances (2006)

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Genres:
Action | Adventure
Quality:
720p BluRay
Resolution:
1280*544
FrameRate:
23.976 fps
Size:
949.47 MB
Runtime:
118 min
Language:
English 2.0
Add Date:
MPR:
PG-13

IMDB Rating:
4.9
Downloaded:
568
Seeds:
4
Peers:
1
Like:
0
Directors: Jay Craven,


Movie Description:
Quebec Bill Bohomme is a hardy schemer and dreamer, who, desperate to raise money to preserve his endangered herd through the rapidly approaching winter, resorts to whiskey-smuggling, a traditional family occupation. Quebec Bill takes his son, Wild Bill, on the journey. Also Henry Coville, an inscrutable whiskey smuggler, and Rat Kinneson, Quebec Bill's perpetually disconsolate ex-con hired man. Together, they cross the border into vast reaches of Canadian wilderness for an unforgettable four days "full of terror, full of wonder."

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