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Cast: Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer Carpenter, Wes Bentley
Director: Heitor Dhalia
Indian Express Rating:*1/2
AN ALMOST novel way of looking at a serial killer, Gone has the saucer-eyed Amanda Seyfried as the girl who could have been abducted and almost murdered by one of them, but has trouble making anyone believe that. However, once you learn to look past Seyfried's eyes and her whole lost-girl appearance, Gone is quickly revealed to be out of ideas about how to take this story where it hasn't gone before.
For most part of the film, Seyfried as Jill is driving around town in a succession of cars looking for her sister Molly, who disappeared one night just before her final exam. Jill is convinced the same serial killer who had grabbed her got Molly, but since the cops suspect the first one was made up by her, her fears are laughed off.
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