the girl on the phone


who is she ?
she is a mystery in this incredible movie .

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I believe she is a computer generated voice coming from the high powered computer at the special needs school and operated by the autistic daughter of the school's manager-- the same girl Christian met the first day he came to the school and both are apparently savants in their own way.

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I doubt it was her. I thought the mob accountant set him up with a handler.

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It's obviously her. Wolff donates millions to the clinic, and she has an insanely high-powered computer with the SAME exact AI voice that speaks to Christian/Ray, so it's 100% her.

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And at the end she talks to "dreamboat" which is the same handle Chris Wolff used when talking to her earlier.

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Exactly. She used the computer to communicate.

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It was her. She's a savant like Christian.

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Nice guess, but I don't see how it could be. Could it?

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Yes.

There was a note at the end right by the computer saying "Call C.W."

Who would that be, besides "Christian Wolff?"

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Homdeb 1058 is correct! luvd that piece of the puzzle, when it fell into place

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Literally, she had the same puzzle framed on the wall that she had found the last missing piece for Christian as a child.

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Same puzzle, but wrong way around.

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It's the sequel to Girl on the Train, starring Emily Blunt as Alcoholic Batgirl.

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She is the autistic girl right at the end of the film using an electronic voice. There is no grey area on this, no debate - it's all there in the film - it's her.

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Plus they hint strongly that it's a computer-generated voice early in the film, when she says, "heavy sigh," instead of actually sighing

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What’s sad is that this is even a question. Almost all of the replies here are great. My question is, what the Hell ever happened to PAYING ATTENTION while watching a movie?

The answer is: the internet happened, the smartphone happened, the tablet happened, the millennial generation (no! I am NOT going to capitalize that!) happened.

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The girl on the phone was their sister. She is at the home at the end with the computer. At the beginning of the film you can see there were 3 children in that family. Ben Affleck and the sister both had autism and Jon Bernthal didn't.

Thanks :-)

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