The Disappearance: Contract hit man Jay Mallory works for an unknown organization. He returns home to his downtown Montréal apartment one winter day to find that his wife, Celandine, is gone. Mallory initially thinks that Celandine has left on her own volition since theirs was a sometimes stormy, albeit passionate, relationship. However, words from Mallory's main point of contact at the organization, Burbank, indicates that Celandine's disappearance may be associated with Mallory's last hit. Shortly after their discussion, Burbank himself disappears. The organization assigns Mallory another job in Suffolk, England. Mallory has a feeling that there is something unusual about this job - he is given little initial information including not knowing who the target is - and that it too is associated with Celandine's disappearance. Despite feeling that he may be being set up, Mallory decides to take the job anyway to see how it plays out and if it leads him back to Celandine.
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|Released:||September 17, 1977|
|Actors:||Christina Greatrex Christopher Plummer David Hemmings David Warner Donald Sutherland Francine Racette John Hurt Maureen Beck Michèle Magny Michael Eric Kramer Norman Eshley Patricia Hodge Peter Bowles Robin Sachs Virginia McKenna|
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