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The Disappearance Of Alice Creed

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2010
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100 min
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Plot: On a suburban street, two masked men seize a young woman. They bind and gag her and take her to an abandoned, soundproofed apartment. She is Alice Creed (Gemma Arterton of PRINCE OF PERSIA), daughter of a millionaire. Her kidnappers, the coldly efficient Vic (Eddie Marsan of SHERLOCK HOLMES) and his younger accomplice Danny (Martin Compston of A GUIDE TO RECOGNIZING YOUR SAINTS), have worked out a meticulous plan, but Alice is not going to play the perfect victim or give up without a fight. In a tense power play of greed, duplicity, and survival we discover that sometimes disappearances can be deceptive…
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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