It is said that about 250,000 people go missing in Britain every year and that an average of 12 people are affected to a greater or lesser degree depending on their closeness to the disappeared one. In particular parents feel at fault and wonder ‘What did we do wrong?’. When an unknown person is found dead, people wonder if that could be the person they knew who went missing. This film explores the feelings of parents and siblings of some missing people.
Common Crow Productions
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