دزدیده شده

از ویکی‌پدیا، دانشنامهٔ آزاد
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فارسیEnglish
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کارگردان آندرس اندرسون
تهیه‌کننده Al Corley
جاش لوکاس
نویسنده Glenn Taranto
فیلم‌نامه‌نویس Glenn Taranto
بازیگران جاش لوکاس
جان هم
رونا میترا
جیمز ون در بیک
جسیکا چستین
جوانا کسیدی
جیمی بنت
مورنا باکرین
مایکل کادلیتز
جود سیکوللا
ریک گومز
گراهام فیلیپس
توزیع‌کننده آی‌اف‌سی فیلمز
تاریخ (های) انتشار
  • ۱۰ اکتبر ۲۰۰۹ (۲۰۰۹-10-۱۰) (۲۰۱۰)
  • خطای عبارت: نویسه نقطه‌گذاری شناخته نشده «ا» دسامبر ۳ (۳-12-ایالات متحده)
کشور آمریکا
زبان انگلیسی

دزدیده شده (انگلیسی: Stolen) یک فیلم در سبک درام و معمایی است که در سال ۲۰۰۹ منتشر شد.

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Stolen
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Promotional poster
Directed byAnders Anderson
Produced byAnders Anderson
Al Corley
Josh Lucas
Devin Maurer
Bart Rosenblatt
Andy Steinman
Written byGlenn Taranto
StarringJosh Lucas
Jon Hamm
Rhona Mitra
James Van Der Beek
Music byTrevor Morris
CinematographyAndy Steinmann
Edited byAnders Anderson
Production
company
2 Bridges Productions
A2 Entertainment Group
Boy in the Box
Code Entertainment
Distributed byIFC Films
Release date
  • October 10, 2009 (2009-10-10) (Pusan Film Festival)
  • March 12, 2010 (2010-03-12) (United States)
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
Box office$7,943 (United States)[1]

Stolen is a 2009 American drama mystery thriller film directed by Anders Anderson and starring Josh Lucas, Jon Hamm and Rhona Mitra.

Plot

A policeman from Barnstable, California works to uncover the truth behind two crimes; the disappearance of his son eight years earlier, and a fifty-year-old homicide of another boy.[2] In the opening scenes, a mummified corpse is unearthed at a construction site. At first the policeman fears the body is that of his son, but also welcomes closure to the search. However, pathology demonstrates that these are the remains from a much older crime. The film continues with parallel stories in flashback, showing the events leading to the crimes and the investigation. The body is found with a burned toy, identical to one his own son had at the time of his disappearance, along with a whistle engraved with the words, "Keep the home fries burning". After noticing the similarities in the two cases, Adkins attempts to re-interrogate a local prisoner named Rogianni, a convicted murderer who the detective suspected in his son's disappearance. However, Adkins is rebuffed by the prison warden, due to earlier interrogations in which Adkins became violent. The investigation leads him to a man who lived in 1958 named Matthew Wakefield (Josh Lucas) and his mentally retarded son, John. The striking similarities in the cases pushes Adkins’ obsession over the top. Barely holding onto his sanity and bound by redemption, Adkins unravels the unspeakable truth behind what happened to his son.

Cast

Production

The film was conceived as The Boy in the Box and was later renamed Stolen Lives. In January 2010, IFC Films acquired the rights of the theatrical release and renamed the film Stolen.[6]

Release

Stolen was released on March 3, 2010 as Video on Demand and in a limited theatrical release on March 12.[7]

Reception

Upon release, the film was universally panned by critics. It currently holds a 0% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, although a 38% positive rating in the "audience score" showed the reaction from those who viewed the film was modestly more positive.

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