Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike star in GONE GIRL, a film directed by David Fincher. Photo credit: Merrick Morton. TM and © 2014 Twentieth Century Fox and Regency Enterprises. All rights reserved.
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Gone Girl (2014)
Opened: 10/03/2014 Wide
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Rated: R for a scene of bloody violence, some strong sexual content/nudity, and language.
From the tour de force thriller that became a bestselling must-read comes David Fincher's screen version of Gone Girl, a wild ride through our modern media culture and down into the deep, dark fault lines of an American marriage -- in all its unreliable promises, inescapable deceits and pitch-black comedy.
The couple at the center of the story -- former New York writer Nick Dunne and his formerly "cool girl" wife Amy, now trying to make ends meet in the mid-recession Midwest -- have all the sinuous outer contours of contemporary marital bliss. But on the occasion of their 5th wedding anniversary, Amy goes missing -- and those contours crack into a maze of fissures. Nick becomes the prime suspect, shrouded in a fog of suspicious behavior. Amy becomes the vaunted object of a media frenzy as the search for her, dead or alive, plays out before the eyes of a world thirsting for revelations.
Just as Nick and Amy personified the quintessential romantic match, Amy's disappearance has all the markings of an emblematic domestic American crime. But her vanishing becomes a kind of hall of mirrors in which tantalizing and savage secrets lead to tantalizing and savage secrets. The events that unfold are thick with shocks and complications, but the questions that remain are what cut, with razor-sharp precision, to the bone: Who is Nick? Who is Amy? Who are any of us in marriages -- and a society -- built on a precarious base of projected images and disguises?
Twentieth Century Fox and Regency Entertainment present a David Fincher film starring Ben Affleck, Gone Girl, with Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry. The screenplay is by Gillian Flynn based upon her novel. The producers are Arnon Milchan, Joshua Donen, Reese Witherspoon and Cean Chaffin and the executive producers are Leslie Dixon and Bruna Papandrea. The music is by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross. Fincher's fellow filmmakers include cinematographer Jeff Cronenweth, editor Kirk Baxter, production designer Donald Graham Burt, costume designer Trish Summerville, sound designer Ren Klyce and casting director Laray Mayfield.