Gone girl by David Fincher


Gone Girl is a film directed by David Fincher, the film was an adaptation of Gillian Flynn's book, and was released in 2014.

There are many points which you can talk about the film, the script which was written by Gillian Flynn, or the incredible photographs captured by Jeff Cronenweth, and certainly the montages of the scenes by Kirk Baxter, and last but not least the stature of great actors who were part of the cast, Ben Affleck, Rosamund Pike, Neil Patrick Harris, Carrie Coon and Tyler Perry.

Gone Girl immerses you in an atmosphere of mystery around the disappearance of Amy Elliot Dunne, wife of Nick Dunne. Amy disappears on the day of the 5th anniversary of her marriage to Nick, and that's when hell breaks out in the life of our beloved protagonist Nick Dunne.. Little by little the scenes are changing the film shows you the two versions of what happened to Amy, and that's when you get hooked to the end.

The film received several awards for “Best Film” “Best Actress” and “Best Adapted Screenplay” and had a budget of $61,000,000 and raised a total of $369,330,363. A resounding success!

On the other hand, I used the film as inspiration to develop my degree thesis entitled “Analysis of the characters of the feature film Lost by David Fincher”.

Best of all, it's on Netflix and you can see it. They're not going to regret!