“My definition of a bad boy would have to be dark, mysterious, tatted, confident and don’t take crap from anyone.”
As the film campaign for David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl slowly but steadily barrels ahead, I can’t help but remember why I was addicted to the novel.
A turbulent summer in a small mountain tourist town where four women must reveal their secrets in order to heal a twenty-five-year-old wound.
Just like their paper-printed counterparts, they come in all shapes and sizes, from crime-busting heroes, harrowing serializations and subdued slice-of-life narratives.
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