- 1 hr 35 min
Gone is a mystery thriller directed by Heitor Dhalia and starring Amanda Seyfried. Gone is the story of a young girl name Jill Conway who lives with her sister Molly in Portland, Oregon. Molly is a college student and Jill works at a diner in town. It has only been a year since Jill was released from the local psychiatric ward. Jill’s family institutionalized her because she told the police she had survived an abduction by a crazed serial killer. Jill said she was sure he was a murderer because when she was abducted, the killer took her out into the middle of the woods and placed her in a hole that contained human remains. Jill tells the police that she would have been the next victim, had she not identified a bone protruding out beside her in the darkness which she was able to use to stab her abductor. When the police investigate these events, they are unable to find the hole in the woods, and conclude that Jill made up the whole story of the abduction in her head. After her year in the ward, Jill returns to live with her sister Molly. Molly and Jill are very close because their parents died when they were both young. Despite this closeness, there is tension in their relationship, and they both worry for each other. Jill worries about leaving Molly alone because she fears that the murder is still looking for her. Strange events convince Molly that he is still after her. First she waits on a strange man at the diner who leaves her friend a hundred dollar tip. Then one day she finds out that Molly missed an important exam in school. A few days pass and Molly hasn't contacted Jill. Jill notifies the police, and when they brush it off as paranoia, Jill takes matters into her own hands, and begins her own ruthless hunt.