Rosamund Pike, left, and Ben Affleck are the stars of David Fincher's 'Gone Girl.'
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"I was amazed at the true line," Fincher said after the premiere, "the power that the story had as it related to this idea of the narcissistic armor, the vision of ourselves that we project and construct".Like his earlier films such as "Se7en" and "Fight Club," "Gone Girl" is a stylized, highly visual film with dark themes. Dual Oscar winner Ben Affleck, ("Argo" and "Good Will Hunting") is Nick Dunne, a former writer in New York who loses his job in the recession and returns to his Missouri roots and opens a bar with his twin sister Margo, played by Carrie Coon ("The Leftovers").His life unravels when his beautiful New York-born wife Amy – played by British actress Rosamund Pike – mysteriously vanishes.
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