Missing is a standalone sequel to the 2018 smash Searching, directed by Nicholas D. Johnson and Will Merrick. Although the plot does not continue from the previous film, the film is a screen-life thriller with many of the same themes.
Although Sony Pictures released Missing in theatres in January, movie has now appeared on Netflix, where a slew of new fans are lapping up the fast-paced, mysterious action.
Storm Reid as June
A senior in high school from Van Nuys, California. While her mother is in Colombia, she throws a house party. With the help of an internet friend, June discovers a kidnapping conspiracy.
Nia Long as Grace Allen
June’s mother’s name. She is a Siri-dependent woman who appears to spend her vacations in Colombia. Grace is abducted by June’s father.
Joaquim de Almeida as Javi
A freelancer from Colombia. He assists June in her investigation into her mother’s disappearance. Javi considers his estranged son.
Ken Leung as Kevin
June’s mother’s lover. He is a con artist who appears to be trying to change his life. Kevin conspires with his girlfriend’s ex-lover.
Amy Landecker as Heather
June’s mother’s buddy. She is a lawyer who specialises in custody disputes. Heather has a relationship with Kevin.
Tim Griffin as James
June’s father James. He is a drug addict in recovery who served time in a Texas prison. Kevin and James conspire.
Daniel Henney as Agent Park
Megan Suri as Veena
Ava Zaria Lee as Young June
Lisa Yamada as Alison
Sharar Ali-Speakes as Tia
Jameel Shivji as Karthik
Michael Segovia as Angel
Lauren B. Mosley as Rachel
Briana McLean as Abigail Nielson
Roy Abramsohn as Jason Caplan