How The Film

‘Gone Girl’ 

Explores Antisocial Personality Disorder And Psychopathy 

The Thriller Film Shows How Unsatisfactory Intimate Relationships Negatively Impact Our Mental Health.

Director David Fincher’s 2014 thriller ‘Gone Girl’ follows the staged disappearance of Amy Dunne (essayed by Rosamund Pike), a married woman with psychopathic tendencies. 

Amy and her husband, Nick Dune, appear to be in an abusive marriage. 

Amy, to get back at her husband, fakes her kidnapping and death so he gets the death sentence. 

Throughout the film, Amy is shown to be suffering from the symptoms of antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy. 

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She displays a lack of remorse and empathy, deceitful and manipulative tendencies, narcissism, and impulsiveness. 

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