A film by André Øvredal
Cast: Brian Cox, Emile Hirsch, Ophelia Lovibond
When the police brings them the immaculate body of a Jane Doe , Tommy Tilden (Brian Cox) and his son, forensics believe that the autopsy will be a mere formality. As the night progresses, they continually discover strange and disturbing things inside the body of the deceased.
The Autopsy of Jane Doe immediately intrigued with its opening crime scene then deepened your interest when the film moved into a family ran morgue. On their way out the sheriff gets him a body of a Jane Doe that he found in the basement where a crime was committed. But the son instead going on a date with his girl friend he decides to stay with his father to help him with the autopsy, well he is intrigued and wants to discover more about the body. As they cut in the body they very quickly find that it is going to be a strange night. The Autopsy of Jane Doe has a positive yet complicated father / son relationship. They get along fine and both love their jobs. However their relationship is going to be tested as the night goes on. During these moments, science, reason, logic, and investigation combated growing uneasiness things start to happen, things that are unexplainable. A bit predictable but it is going to be a feast for the horror fans out there. Yes the film stand out and was kept under wrap here is France. not the greatest either but entertaining. At least someone has used their imagination for this one.