'Disappearance in Yellowstone': 5 things you need to know about Lifetime thriller
'Disappearance in Yellowstone' revolves around a mother who takes up a relentless mission to look for and find her missing daughter
What's not to love about a good thriller movie? Lifetime has officially leveled up their game with this particular genre, bringing the upcoming watch, 'Disappearance in Yellowstone'.
Starring Lucie Guest (as Jessie) in the lead, this thriller revolves around a teen girl, Michelle (played by Cassandra Sawtell), who mysteriously disappears after her car breaks down in a national park. Soon after, her seemingly desperate mother is falsely accused of kidnapping. and thereby, does everything in her power to find her missing daughter.
When does 'Disappearance in Yellowstone' release and where can you watch it?
'Disappearance in Yellowstone' releases on May 21, 2022, and can be watched on the Lifetime channel.
What is 'Disappearance in Yellowstone' all about?
The official synopsis reads, "When a teenage girl disappears after their car breaks down in a national park, her desperate mother is accused of kidnapping, and must team up with a local mechanic to find her".
Who stars in the Lifetime drama movie?
Lucie Guest as Jessie
A writer, actor, and director all rolled into one, Lucie Guest was named one of the Top Ten Filmmakers to Watch, back in 2017 by Independent Magazine.
Pretty early on in her career in the entertainment industry, Lucie took a keen interest in improv and even trained with the acclaimed Upright Citizen's Brigade as well as The Groundlings in Los Angeles. What's more, she is a proud graduate of The Second City Conservatory Program.
She is known for various skills and talents, all of which she hones both behind as well as in front of the camera. You'll see Lucie star in a recurring role in part 3 of the Netflix series, 'The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina', which premiered in January 2020. Some of her other work includes her roles in both film and television, including The CW's 'Supernatural' and 'iZombie', NBC's 'Timeless', ABC's 'Dead of Summer' and 'Beyond', and BBC America's 'Orphan Black'.
The rest of the cast includes Cassandra Sawtell as Michelle, Aren Buchholz as Nolan, Reese Alexander as Officer Stoddard, Millan Tesfazgi as the female trooper, and Nickolas Baric as the male trooper, Ben Cotton as Wally, and Paralee Cook as the cashier.
The writer of the movie is Paul A. Birkett, with Tony Dean Smith as the director.
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