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When her best friend goes missing, a New Mexico waitress embarks on a dangerous desert mission to find her Dir: Alexandra McGuinness. Ireland, UK. 2019. 100mins Heidi (Lucy Fry) is a diner waitress who makes a living serving up stewed coffee to truckers who eye her as if she’s an item on the menu. Jane (Eiza González) works in a casino but dreams of stardom as a rodeo queen. The friendship between the two is both safety net and escape from a hardscrabble daily slog in the unforgiving New Mexico desert country. Then Jane disappears and Heidi, initially the more lost and directionless of the two, is forced to confront the dangerous secrets of the desert in order to find out the truth. This striking drama vividly captures the sense of uncertainty of transient lives, but loses power in a final act which gets somewhat mired in hallucinatory dream logic. McGuinness puts emphasis on creating an emphatic sense of place The second film from Irish director Alexandra McGuinness following London-set Lotus Eaters, She’s Missing has a Lynchian sense of mystery and is a prickly and distinctive portrait of female friendship. Perhaps a little offbeat to make much of a mark theatrically, the film could find an audience through streaming platforms. McGuinness puts emphasis on creating an emphatic sense of place. The parched backdrop somehow seeps into every frame. There’s a dusted, soft quality to the light in the interior scenes; repeated overhead exterior shots show networks of baked riverbeds threading through the landscape like dried out veins. There’s a sense, which builds throughout the film, that the desert is almost a malevolent presence. It’s certainly an uncaring one, as the wall of missing person posters in Heidi’s diner attests. Impulsive Jane sees her life in the sun-baked backwater as something to escape, by any means necessary. But Heidi is more rooted: the screenplay drops hints of an unsettled backstory which prompts her to cling to the stability of the unremarkable life she has made for herself. She is thrilled when, out of the blue, she is contacted by the aunt she never knew, but loyalty to Jane prevents her from relocating. Jane has no such qualms, flooring her BFF with the announcement of a whirlwind engagement and marriage to a soldier. But life in the flat, grey community where the spouses of military personnel while away their time doesn’t sit well with Jane’s dreams of rodeo glory. And she is curiously snippy about Heidi’s relationship with a wannabe cowboy. After Jane tries and fails to earn the crown of rodeo queen, she simply vanishes. And Heidi soon realises that she is the only person who cares. Of the two central characters, Heidi is the more satisfyingly developed. Fry fleshes out a character who has an unassuming charm despite her early diffidence. And an increasingly steely toughness is a welcome addition to the character’s arsenal as her quest for Jane leads her to a cult-like desert community of cactus juice addicts, led by Josh Hartnett wearing a beatific smirk and a kaftan. Jane, meanwhile, is petulant and mercurial, but her character’s motivation is clouded. An ominous score, full of metallic clanks and groans, helps build the tension and sense of threat. But a languid, cactus-fuelled trip at the opening of the third act causes pacing issues and a lack of focus which rather undermines the picture’s climax. Production companies: Ripple World, TW films International sales: Carnaby International Sales & Distribution Producer: Anna O’Malley, Eamonn Cleary, Dominic Wright, Jacqueline Kerrin Screenplay: Alexandra McGuinness Production design: Carol Uraneck Editing: Mairead McIvor Cinematography: Gareth Munden Music: David Harrington Cast: Lucy Fry, Eiza González, Josh Hartnett, Sheila Vand, Antonia Campbell-Hughes.
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Writer/director Alexandra McGuinness’ She’s Missing is such an odd, intermittently compelling amalgamation of motifs and genres, it really should amount to more than it does. Her film contains strong similarities to the recent Them That Follow, its desert landscape substituting Britt Poulton and Dan Madison Savage’s Appalachian setting. The two films share a central theme: that of being sheltered in a remote society, a fermented microcosm if you will, from which sole salvation lies in the form of a sect. Both feature strong female protagonists, attempting to escape that world – although the ones in McGuiness’ film resort to liquid hallucinogens as opposed to slithering snake gods. Yeah, things get pretty crazy. Too bad it constantly feels like the clearly-talented filmmaker is holding back the reigns (unlike her equestrian heroine), slowing the pace and muting the palette when the narrative calls for an unabashed commitment to depravity. It’s as if she wanted to make a Lynchian psychedelic drama and a slow-burning backcountry thriller but failed to find a coherent middle ground. Regardless, She’s Missing warrants your attention for its unpredictability, its contemplative mood, and strong performances. “…being sheltered in a remote society, a fermented microcosm if you will, from which sole salvation lies in the form of a sect. ” Heidi (Lucy Fry) and Jane (Eiza Gonzalez) are best friends and polar opposites. Heidi works at the local diner; she’s humble and giggles nervously when she talks. Jane works at the casino, in addition to preparing for a rodeo; she deems herself a queen, aiming to “set the world on fire. ” Though Jane gets married (reluctantly), she persists that there are bigger things out there for her. Speaking of her wedding, the mysterious Ren (Josh Hartnett) shows up with an even more mysterious envelope. “Don’t you get tired of feeling totally powerless sometimes? ” Jane demands shrilly, after setting a bunch of newspaper on fire in a panicked state. When Heidi attempts to confront her, Jane snaps, “I don’t need you anymore. ” Even after winning the crown at the rodeo, she doesn’t care. “I’m done, ” she says, “I want a real crown. ” The day after, Jane goes – you guessed it – missing. "…I’ll take a bold, if misshapen, curiosity such as this over safe Hollywood fare any day. ".
Cast was good, scenery was dry, and it had no substance. I kept waiting for something interesting to happen and when I thought I reached it, I was disappointed. And let's not talk about the ending.
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Movies | ‘She’s Missing’ Review: Gone Girl An ominous atmosphere of impermanence marks this story of a New Mexico waitress who embarks on a perilous search for her vanished friend. Credit... Vertical Entertainment Constructed around a lopsided female friendship, “She’s Missing” is essentially a mood piece, a dusty reverie on belonging and connection. Its most valuable asset is Lucy Fry as Heidi, a diner waitress in small-town California whose best friend, Jane (Eiza González), suddenly disappears. When the movie around her threatens to spin into incoherence, Fry’s gently winsome performance keeps us watching. Pale-skinned and yellow-haired, Heidi is colored like the desert and will prove as quietly indomitable. Unlike the petulant Jane, who dreams of rodeo stardom and chafes at their backwater life, Heidi seems at ease in this place where the soft light and bleached landscapes can flicker with inchoate menace. And when Jane’s marriage to a soldier and life on a military base turn out to be more trap than escape, she is gone and Heidi becomes obsessed with finding her. Written and directed by the Irish filmmaker Alexandra McGuinness, “She’s Missing” is slow and dreamy and frustratingly opaque. Yet it has a potent sense of place and an ominous atmosphere of impermanence. Missing women haunt its frames, their faces on sagging posters and their names on the tongues of those searching for them. A government worker who has set up a detention center for migrants hangs around just long enough to romance Heidi and move on. “The American dream has been taken away from us, ” Jane complains; but the movie is less concerned with facile politics than with hopelessness, with a location that engulfs the rootless and erases the orphaned. Filled with casual omens — a snake tumbling from a ceiling; a gun-store clerk warning of danger — Heidi’s search grows increasingly fanciful. By the time we meet Josh Hartnett, playing a drug-peddling guru with a hippie harem stoned on cactus juice, the feeling that the story has officially slipped its leash is unavoidable. Until then, “She’s Missing” is oddly hypnotic, helped enormously by Gareth Munden’s striking cinematography. Real or mirage, his baked vistas and hazy horizons anchor a film that’s less about one vanished woman than many lost souls. She’s Missing Not rated. Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes.
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The ending of the movie, I'm only slightly conflicted when Jane and Heidi are reunited.
I do not care what anyone else says, but I mostly and truly believe w/ all my heart & soul that Jane realizes what she did was wrong and is slowly recovering from it. One step at a time. Later, Jane finds Heidi in the new hotel, to be reunited/together again and beg for forgiveness. then face their problems, their dreams again and their futures, head on together.
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