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Character: Miranda Wells
Directed by: Fouad Mikati
Written by: Patricia Beauchamp, Joe Gossett
Produced by: Candice Abela, Lauren Bratman, Joe Gossett, J.C. Khoury, Logan Levy, Oualid Mouaness, Wissam Smayra, Holly Wiersma
Other cast: Shiloh Fernandez, Nick Nolte, Camryn Manheim, Rumer Willis, tephen Louis Grush, Scout Taylor-Compton
Release date: May 22, 2015 (U.K.) | August 14, 2015 (U.S.)
Genre: Drama, Thriller
Running time: 95 min

An attractive but lonely nurse accepts a blind date setup by a co-worker and arranges for them to meet at her home. A stranger arrives on her porch before the arranged time and she mistakes him for her blind date. The stranger rapes her and leaves her seriously traumatized. Her life falls apart and she enters depression. She learns much later he is in a prison an hour away and begins visiting him, first to confront him and her fears. Then she starts to flirt and her spirits improve dramatically in the rest of her life.


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Character Quotes

Miranda Wells: You saw that? You saw what I got to do? I got to stick a knife into a man’s throat in broad daylight and people wanted me to do it. In fact, they applauded.

Miranda Wells: You want me to sit and cry in therapy for 10 years, writing in some goddamn journal about my feelings? That’s not me. It’d be like drowning in a puddle. I’d be dying by inches. You want me to hate him forever? That hurts no one but me. I’m tired of hurting.

William Finn: You fucking crazy?
Miranda Wells: No. No, I’m not crazy, William. Crazy suggests that I don’t know right from wrong. And I do. This… is clearly wrong.

Reviews

“Rosamund Pike deserves better than this queasy exploitation pic, which plays as a belated dry run for “Gone Girl.””
Guy Lodge, Variety

“For most of the way, “Return to Sender” merges creepy and sexy to good effect, thanks to a close-to-the-vest performance by Rosamund Pike, the missing wife of “Gone Girl.””
Neil Genzlinger, New York Times

Triva

• This is the second film in which Rosamund Pike plays a woman named Miranda. She was Miranda Frost in Die Another Day (2002).

• Nick Nolte and Illeana Douglas appeared together in Cape Fear. Although both had parts in this movie, they did not share any scenes.