The new David Fincher film based on the novel Love liar
“I did not kill my wife. I’m not a murderess “- These are the last words of Ben Affleck in the remarkable trailer for Gone Girl. The new film directed by David Fincher is a thriller adapted from the bestselling novel by Gillian Flynn titled Love in Italy liar (published by Rizzoli).
The story, set in Mississippi, followed by Nick and Amy Dunne, married couple seemingly happy and in love, until the day she disappears. The police will start to do the research and will not take much to accuse Nick of premeditated murder for his wife (played by English Rosamund Pike , a former Bond-girl recently seen in Jack Reacher opposite Tom Cruise and the comedy Do not Throw down ).
Fincher is without doubt one of the best directors in circulation able to accomplish a great thriller, which certainly is Gone Girl: a thriller and more. Flynn’s book, in fact, speaks volumes about the couple’s life, the compromises of marriage, the importance of living together, handling both partners engage each other on each other, and debunked the myth of the alpha male that women are the strongest element within a relationship.
The trailer presents the interesting idea of using a cover of the song She by Charles Aznavour -‘ve heard in Notting Hill – as the pictures show, the police suspect that more and more of Nick, a man who smiles in front of the poster of his missing wife under the shower of flashing cameras.
The film is also starring Tyler Perry and Neil Patrick Harris, Barney in How I Met Your Mother, will arrive in theaters in the fall, distributed in the U.S. by 20th Century Fox.