Logline: Francis Ford Coppola's 3-D tale of a burned-out mystery writer who, years after losing a daughter, visits a small town on a book tour and gets mixed up in the mysterious death of a young girl. Plus: Coppola fans may be fascinated with the director's personal connection to the story. (His son Gian-Carlo died in a boating accident in 1986.) Minus: The 3-D aspects may feel gimmicky.
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