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Expectant mother Liz wakes to find her nearly-to-term pregnancy has disappeared overnight. When doctors find no medical explanation for the loss, police treat Liz and her husband Rick as prime suspects in what has now become a missing child case. Only Rick and Liz s brother Evan trust her version of events.
As word spreads, the young couple is subjected to the unwanted attention of the police and prying neighbors. Evan feels for his sister and, as a film student, begins documenting her story, starting with a vacation to the mountains to relieve some of her grief.
But as Evan continues documenting their vacation, unusual patterns arise. Evan and Rick are horrified when Liz's condition visibly declines and when the trip spins out of control they realize that whatever happened with Liz and her baby isn t over. None of them are safe.
Director s Commentary; Making-of Featurette; Trailer
Erin Way (Liz) has worked alongside artists like Mark Ruffalo, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ron Howard and Joe Dante. She played Kat on the SyFy Channel series Alphas, and is a former ballet dancer. Way began acting in high school where she was home-schooled with her five siblings. She currently lives in Los Angeles.
Eric Matheny (Rick) is an actor, screenwriter and co-founder of The Acting Center of Los Angeles. Matheny's breadth of work advanced when he was cast opposite Leonardo DiCaprio as the personal physician to J. Edgar Hoover in Clint Eastwood's J. Edgar (2011). Matheny was also cast in John D. Schofield's feature, Freedom for Joe (2013). He lives with his wife Lissa in Studio City.
Ryan Smale (Evan) was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. He made his film debut in Damage at the age of 20 and is co-founder of Mischievious Studios. Smale received career advice from his mother, who worked in craft services for the film industry. She was able to consult with experts in the field and pass that knowledge on to her son. Smale lives in Hollywood with his wife, Trista.
Stephanie Scholz (Megan) was born and raised in Hollywood, California. She began acting at the age of nine and graduated from Lewis Carroll Academy of the Arts. Scholz worked with Loweree and Moreno in their first short film, Climbing Mt. Evelyn. Absence is Scholz first feature film.See all Editorial Reviews
This movie was so good. I first watched it on Netflix and then just had to buy it. It is or at least starts of as a sad story about a woman who mysteriously looses her unborn... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Jennifer K. Walsh
Story: Husband and wife in hospital, baby missing after birth, take a trip to a cabin in the mountains to try and gather some solace about the situation, brother of wife brings... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jonny Lee
Again bunch of first time film makers attempting to pull off a "found video" If you've got nothing to do for an hour and a half and want to waste some $ go for it, other... Read morePublished 17 months ago by G. A. Neri
While I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for Alien Abduction: Incident In Lake County, and The Wicksborro Incident did very impressive things with a very low budget,... Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by D. Dough
Movie doesn't really tackle anything to do with aliens or anything else until nearly the end. I was starting to have doubts I was even watching the right movie. Read morePublished on September 9, 2013 by Tia M
The early stages are rendered largely unwatchable by the obnoxious brother/cameraman and, in too-many of the would-be scary scenes, you either don't get (or, more often, can't... Read morePublished on September 8, 2013 by Peter Olafson
The premise was interesting. The camera operator character was annoying most of the time. I liked the story and some of the dialog and character interactions. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Pat Matocha
Poor and inconsistent audio levels, poor enunciation at times and no subtitles made it difficult to follow the dialogue. Read morePublished on September 2, 2013 by G. Teslovich