Gone Girl | 2014

Directed by: David Fincher

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Main Plot

"Gone Girl" is a psychological thriller directed by David Fincher. The film follows the story of Nick Dunne, whose wife, Amy, mysteriously disappears on their fifth wedding anniversary. As the investigation unfolds, Nick becomes the prime suspect, and the media frenzy surrounding the case puts his every move under scrutiny. As the evidence against him mounts, Nick begins to uncover disturbing secrets about Amy's past and their marriage. With the help of his lawyer, Nick desperately tries to prove his innocence and find out what really happened to his wife. Filled with twists and turns, the film explores themes of deception, marriage, and the dark side of human nature.


  • Nick Dunne, a husband who becomes the prime suspect in the disappearance of his wife, Amy, and is caught in a web of deceit and manipulation.
  • Amy Dunne, a complex and manipulative character, is the wife of Nick Dunne and goes missing, sparking a nationwide search and a media frenzy.
  • Neil Patrick Harris plays Desi Collings in Gone Girl. His character is a wealthy ex-boyfriend of Amy Dunne who becomes entangled in her mysterious disappearance.

Ending Explained

In the ending of Gone Girl, Nick and Amy Dunne's twisted relationship takes a shocking turn. Amy, having successfully framed her husband for her supposed murder, returns home after a media frenzy. Nick, aware of her deceit but unable to prove it, decides to stay in the toxic marriage for the sake of their unborn child. Amy, however, reveals her true nature by blackmailing Nick into submission, threatening to expose his affair and ruin his life if he ever leaves her. Ultimately, they remain together, both trapped in a loveless and manipulative marriage. The film ends with a chilling shot of Amy's face, leaving the audience to ponder the disturbing dynamic between these two deeply flawed individuals.

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David Fincher Drama Mystery Thriller Ben Affleck Rosamund Pike Neil Patrick Harris