52nd New York Film Festival - 'Gone Girl' - World premiere

David Clennon - 52nd New York Film Festival - 'Gone Girl' - World premiere - Manhattan, New York, United States - Saturday 27th September 2014 (5 Pictures)


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Scott Takeda 2

Scott Takeda
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Lissandro Alonso 3

Lissandro Alonso
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Guest
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Ben Affleck 5

Ben Affleck
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