One clear summer day in a New York suburb, a baby goes missing from her own front porch. Two young girls serve seven years for the crime and are released into a town that hasn't fully forgiven or forgotten. Alice (Danielle Macdonald) lives a sheltered life under her mother's (Diane Lane) watchful eye, while Ronnie (Dakota Fanning) keeps her head down working at a local bagel store. When another child goes missing, Detectives Nancy Porter (Elizabeth Banks) and Kevin Jones (Nate Parker) are called in to investigate the mystery in a community where everyone seems to have a secret. Academy Award-winning documentarian Amy Berg makes her fiction film debut with a haunting, emotional adaptation of Laura Lippman's acclaimed novel of secrets, loss, and murder.
Length: 93 minutes
Director: Amy Berg
Screenwriter: Nicole Holofcener
Producer: Anthony Bregman, Frances McDormand
Editor: Ron Patane, Billy McMillin
Cinematographer: Rob Hardy
Executive Producer: Stefanie Azpiazu, Ashok Armritraj, Michael Bederman, Kevin Frakes, Raj Brinder Singh, Mike Sullivan
Composer: Rob Coudert
Cast: Diane Lane, Elizabeth Banks, Dakota Fanning, Danielle Macdonald, Nate Parker, Common
Amy Berg is a critically-acclaimed, Emmy-award winning, and Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker whose credits include Deliver Us from Evil (2006), Polarized (2007), and as producer, Bhutto (2010). West of Memphis (2012) premiered to rave reviews at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and was nominated for a BAFTA. Amy’s company, Disarming Films, writes and produces long-form documentaries focusing on social justice.