Ben Affleck film premiere suspended

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There is no doubt that the Madeleine case'became one of the most renowned in recent years. And more with the turn it took in recent days, where parents they were charged as suspects. And coincidentally the case moved to the big screen.

Because the premiere of an American film about the disappearance of a girl has been canceled in the United Kingdom, due to the similarities with Madeleine's case: it is "Gone Baby Gone", which was scheduled for December 28, but has been postponed indefinitely by decision of the Buena Vista International distributor.

It is said that Madeline ÒBrien, the girl who plays the missing girl in this film directed by Ben Affleck, bears a strong resemblance to Madeleine McCann. The film is based on a 1998 Dennis Lehane novel and was filmed last year, meaning that it is not based on the 'Madeleine Case' in any way, but it seems that they have not wanted to hurt susceptibilities. This is the trailer:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_F_SH07nsE


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