Prisoners in streaming. Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) and his family attend a Thanksgiving dinner at the house of their neighbors, the Birches; that afternoon, both families' young daughters, Anna Dover and Joy Birch, go missing. A police hunt finds an RV which had been parked outside the house, and when Detective David Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal) tries to confront the driver, Alex Jones (Paul Dano) he attempts to escape but is arrested. Loki's investigations uncover a corpse wearing a maze pendant in the basement of a local priest, who says he had killed the man who claimed to be "waging a war against God" by killing numerous children. Alex Jones is found to be developmentally disabled, having the IQ of a ten-year-old, and despite many hours of aggressive questioning, the police cannot link him to the missing girls, so he is released. Dover then confronts Jones, who whispers to him "They didn't cry until I left them", although no one else hears it. Dover abducts and imprisons Jones in an abandoned apartment building, and tortures him for days, but obtains no further information. Franklin discovers that Dover has abducted Alex and later Nancy discovers it too. They do not help in the torture but plead with Alex to tell them where the girls are. During a candlelight vigil for the girls, Loki sees a hooded man acting suspiciously. When Loki approaches the man for questioning, he runs away. Both girl's houses are broken into, apparently by the same man, who is now a suspect. A clerk at a local store reports the man had been buying different sizes of children's clothing. This suspect, Bob Taylor (David Dastmalchian), is arrested at his home, where the walls are covered in drawings of mazes. In a back room, Loki finds crates filled with maze books, live snakes, and bloodied children's clothing. The Birches and Dover positively identify some of the items of clothing. Detained, Taylor confesses to the abduction, but before giving any more information, he kills himself.
Brad James, David Dastmalchian, Kyla Drew Simmons, Erin Gerasimovich, Zoe Borde, Dylan Minnette, Terrence Howard, Maria Bello, Len Cariou, Wayne Duvall, Viola Davis, : Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano, Melissa Leo, Hugh Jackman
Directors: Denis Villeneuve
Duration: 153 min
Year of release: 2013
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