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The much awaited movie, Gone Girl is finally out! Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike will surely make you bite your nails in this gripping thriller movie. "Gone Girl" is based on Gillian Flynn's popular novel of the same name. The movie is all about knowing if Nick Dunne (played by Ben Affleck) is involved in the disappearance of his wife, Amy Dunne (played by Rosamund Pike).
Gone Girl explores the psychology and dynamics of a long-term relationship feels Flynn. The movie shows the difficult marriage of Amy and Nick which is floundering for several reasons.
Story- Amy Dunne (magazine writer) marries her fellow journalist Nick and due to recession, both lose their jobs. Jobless couple move from New York to Nick's hometown and to make their ends meet, Nick uses the remaining funds of his wife to open a bar with his twin sister Margo (played by Carrie Coon). goes home and finds that his wife is missing. Nick gets worried and calls the police.
He is surrounded by both the investigators and the media as he gives televised press conferences to find her. The cops as well as media starts suspecting him for killing his wife. This happens when a secret diary of Amy is found out. The diary explains their troubled marriage and explains how Nick has turned violent and a drunkard after failing in career.
Director David Fincher has showed many twirling twists which can leave you confused thinking who the actual murderer is. Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike have acted brilliant. "They are the 21st-century versions of Charles Boyer and Ingrid Bergman in George Cukor's Gaslight: tortured twin figures in a portrait of marriage and murder," reports theguardian.com