Gone (2007)

Gone (2007)

Gone (2007)

"Psychological thriller in which a young British couple travelling through the Australian outback become involved with a mysterious and charismatic American whose motive for imposing his friendship becomes increasingly sinister." (Official Synopsis)

200788 minsUSA, UK, France, Australia
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Gone (2007) / Reviews

The Guardian

The Guardian

We have only just recovered from Wolf Creek, that Australian outback horror story inspired by the Falconio case. Now comes something very similar: a backpacking nightmare with hints of The Beach, but conducted on a low-key, low-budget basis, written by Andrew Upton and James Watkins and directed by first-timer Ringan Ledwidge...

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BBC

BBC

If you're looking for trouble in today's thrillers, the quickest way to find it is by strapping on a backpack. At least that's according to Wolf Creek, Hostel and now Gone, a competent if unsurprising debut from director Ringan Ledwidge. Heads are messed with rather than bodies in this Outback odyssey, though it does end up painting itself into a crimson-coloured corner. Still, the tension's undeniable as American traveller Scott Mechlowicz slyly drives a wedge between Brit couple Shaun Evans and Amelia Warner...

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