Film Festivals:

2019 Hong Kong Asian Film Festival- Midnight Craze


2019 Chinese American Film Festival- Golden Angel Award



In 2005, a high-profile case of a police officer who went missing while hiking in Hong Kong spawned urban legends about the existence of a gateway into another world. In 2016 those legends inspired a popular internet novel which has now been adapted into an eerie supernatural thriller. Missing marks the directing debut of Fresh Wave alum Ronnie Chau and stars actress and singer Gillian Chung (Ip Man: The Final Fight, Soccer Killer), Ko Hon-man (Temporary Family, Mermaid Got Married) and Josephine Koo (Homecoming, Red Dust).


It is many years since off-duty police officer Sit Wah (Ko) went missing.  Hiking alone, he had made an incoherent telephone call to a colleague and since then has never been seen. His daughter Ying (Chung), a social worker, has always believed that her father is still alive causing friction between Ying and her mother. Hiker Ho Sheung-yin (Leung) finds Sit Wah’s warrant card on the mountain where he disappeared, giving Ying new hope of finding her father. Ho also tells Ying about a mysterious sacred realm that is purported to exist leading Ying to believe that it’s connected to her father’s 



Gillian Chung, Ling Man-lung, Candice Yu, Josephine Koo, Ko Hon-man

Jade Jia, Joey Leung

Director: Ronnie Chau
Duration (min) : 85 min (tbc), Th/Ed
Version: Theatrical, Edited
Grade: PG-13
Genre: Mystery, Thriller
Language: Cantonese and Mandarin
Subtitles: Chinese & English/English





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