“Gone Baby Gone”
Individuals frequently disregard movies as being a relevant component of literature. Movies have a unique way of transforming novels into a visuals form of literary works of art. The silver screen conversion of the novel “Gone Baby Gone,” by Dennis Lehane, made the novel come to life. Ben Affleck and Aaron Stockard composed the screenplay of “Gone Baby Gone.” Ben Affleck made his directorial daub with an all stars cast. Nominated for an Oscar and won over 18 various awards, "Gone Baby Gone," has become an acclaimed movie. The book’s adaption to the big screen shows how film can still contain important literary elements. For example, its use of theme, setting, characters, and irony help the story of “Gone Baby Gone,” become an extraordinary literary work of art.
The central theme centers on the violence and neglect of four-year-old Amanda McCready and the mysterious disappearance of Amanda from her home. Helen McCready (Amy Ryan) the mother of Amanda McCready tells police that she last saw her daughter when she tucked her into bed. Helen also confides in the police that she left her daughter unattended to go to her best friend’s house to watch a TV show. Upon her return, she noticed that her daughter was missing from her bed. The ambiguity surrounding the girl’s disappearances is not what one would believe and the truth may hurt more than the facts of the case.
Helen’s brother Lionel (Titus Welliver) and his wife Bea McCready (Amy Madigan) understand that the neighbors in Dorchester Boston will not corporate with the police. They hire private detective Patrick Kenzie (Casey Affleck) and his girlfriend Angie Gennaro (Michelle Monaghan) to help find their missing niece. Another motive to hiring Patrick was to hide the fact that Helen McCready was a drug addictive mother who lived a disreputable life style. Patrick uncovers that Helen has lied to the police about her where she was the night her daughter vanished. The...