The Disappearance of Alice Creed

Synopsis: Two criminals, Vic and Danny, kidnap Alice Creed. They fastidiously set-up an apartment building and handcuff Alice to the bed, all in a careful attempt to make sure that she won't escape and they won't get caught. But what do Vic and Danny really want with Alice? And is Alice cunning enough to foil their plans and escape?
Director(s): J Blakeson
Production: Anchor Bay Entertainment
  5 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.8
Metacritic:
65
Rotten Tomatoes:
81%
R
Year:
2009
100 min
$166,980
Website
517 Views


The Disappearance of Alice Creed

Okay.

Help me. Help me.

Let me go.

Help me.

Well?

Have you sent?

Got the e-- mail?

The photos.

Yes. I've sent them.

I've sent them.

We need to conceal

Understand?

Please nod if you understand it.

I have a drink for you, but

then I'll get the gag out of your mouth.

Do not shout, please.

We want to hurt you.

And we really do not want your murder.

But we really do need one of these,

if necessary.

Do you understand?

Do not hurt me please.

Please let me go.

I have a daughter and she needs me.

Please.

We know you have no daughters.

We know everything about you.

This is a natural reaction.

We try to be as reasonable as possible.

Listen to me.

The only two that you

it might have been him and me.

We are your only friends.

I carry you to do what we say.

Are you now still, take some

the bottle to drink?

Well done.

If you go to the bathroom, wait until we

there and give us the signal.

Try to keep...

because we do not go your sheets or

changing clothes.

Do you understand me?

Well done.

We must remain clear.

-- I need a drink.

Just one.

Make sure they do not smell your breath.

Make sure they do not smell.

Why not?

Because we f***ing amateurs.

Okay. I drink some juice after it.

What you should be eating. You need your energy

maintain.

No.

Really.

The I do not care.

Eat.

I said eat!

-- I do not.

What?

Eat!

Eat it!

I said I do nothing.

Goddamn, man.

I told you I was not hungry.

You have not eaten for nine hours, so you must

but once hungry.

No. What?

If you are not hungry, it means

that something is wrong.

You think too much.

About whether we have all done well.

Or have we made a mistake

so we get caught?

You can get 20 years prison sentence.

Or maybe you know how we think of that girl

have to come?

Or maybe even

her murder.

Or maybe worse.

Maybe you even have sentimental

this girl is not just theoretical.

You looked into her eyes.

Maybe you doubt it.

Maybe your conscience hurts you to do.

Maybe you yourself are wise...

it is best to have to go in

and make her go and to let her go.

Would you listen to me?

F*** off with it.

Do you understand me?

Look at me.

Look at me!

F*** off with it.

We're in it. And we are too far into

to be soft about it.

So the doubts you have,

are simply nonsense.

They are really nonsense, and you know it.

You know that. You know you

know.

So you name it.

What say?

Stop it, so.

F*** off with it.

-- Again.

F*** off with it.

No more thinking now...

Go eat!

We have a long night ahead.

I'm sorry if I have hurt.

You would also need to look at her

before I leave.

Well?

Why do I always boring

work?

Given that your role is.

Well, go inside to be with her

watching.

WC alarm.

Do you have a number one,

a song or two do?

Let me see it through your fingers.

Are you ready for it?

Ready?

Are you going now?

-- Yes.

It's time.

Be careful.

Remember to dump the phone.

I'm not stupid.

I remember just recall.

Do not go to sleep, check it regularly,

and drink nothing.

Of course. Whatever.

No, no, it will be.

Just do it.

You keep your head in the game.

Do you understand?

Yes.

Stupid dick.

What happened?

Have you committed bell?

Yes, I called.

And how did it go?

It went well.

-- So he goes to pay?

He said yes, but...

-- But what?

I heard a click.

The police were there.

She listened to us.

The police?

It does not. We knew this

would happen.

Yes, but not so fast.

We have planned this. We have therefore

phone dumped.

We knew this was coming.

We have planned so do it quietly.

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J Blakeson

J Blakeson is an English film director and screenwriter. His first feature film was The Disappearance of Alice Creed (2009), a kidnap thriller starring Gemma Arterton, Martin Compston and Eddie Marsan, which he wrote and directed. more…

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