Live Talk With Diane Lane, Frances McDormand and Dakota Fanning
See an advance screening of a soon-to-be-released film, and then see the stars discuss it live at this New York Film Critics premiere at AMC Empire 25. In Every Secret Thing, a three-year-old girl goes missing, forcing a small suburban New York town to revisit a tragic crime from seven years earlier. The underage perpetrators of the original crime, Alice Manning and Ronnie Fuller (Danielle Macdonald and Dakota Fanning), have been released from prison after coming of age and are now suspects in the new crime. The detective (Elizabeth Banks) who cracked the original case and is now the investigating officer in the missing girl's case must examine her conscience and her deeply conflicted memories of the earlier crime. Meanwhile, Alice's mother (Diane Lane) is given a chance to save her daughter from her complicated past. Every Secret Thing is a complex psychological thriller that also questions our preconceived notions of the socio-economic fabric of suburban America. Stars Diane Lane, Frances McDormand and Dakota Fanning, as well as director Amy Berg, appear after the film for a live discussion.