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"As you all know, my wife, Amy Elliott Dunne, disappeared three days ago," he says.
The trailer then alternates between scenes of the couple together and scenes of Nick dealing with the aftermath of his wife's disappearance.
In brief flashes, Nick paces throughout their empty home and recalls Amy soaking in the tub or getting into bed. He deals with police and the media, oversees a day-and-night search, and also occasionally erupts in anger, as when he is seen smashing a glass or arguing with Amy in the foyer.
The nearly wordless trailer ends with a haunting image of what appears to be a drowned Amy, as Nick professes, "I did not kill my wife. I am not a murderer."
The trailer's moody, mysterious tone and inky cinematography are quintessential Fincher without revealing too much about Flynn's twisty plot. Flynn herself wrote the adaptation of her 2012 book, which sold more than 2 million copies in its first year.
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