The Place Beyond the Pines
In upstate New York, two men (Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper), and later, their sons (Dane DeHaan, Emory Cohen) must deal with the unforeseen consequences of their actions.
Release Date: March 29, 2013
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Rated R Language Throughout|A Sexual Reference|Some Violence|Teen Drug and Alcohol Use
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The way A Place Beyond the Pines is shot may be off‚Äìputting to some viewers. Its shaky camera and multiple closeups give an improvisational feel to the scenes, and make the acting feel real. Gosling and Cooper show why they‚Äôre two of the best young actors in the business, and though A Place Beyond the Pines isn‚Äôt a walk in the park, it might become a favorite if you can see the forest from the trees... See Full ReviewSeptember 6th, 2013 · Details
Cianfrance's picture offers a powerful message about temptation and relativism, as well as the role of conscience and the effect of one individual's actions on others; though the choices made by the conflicted characters are not, of course, always ideal ones... See Full ReviewMay 2nd, 2013 · Details
This is a flat out amazing motion picture with characteristics so rich and rewarding that you don't even realize the running time is nearly three hours. '... See Full ReviewApril 15th, 2013 · Details
The Place Beyond the Pines fuses an insightful study of masculinity, ambition and fatherhood with a stylishly made crime thriller, resulting in a fascinating look at the unexpected ripple effect one person can have on the lives of many... See Full Review
American filmmaker Derek Cianfrance takes on too much at all at once in "The Place Beyond the Pines," an over-stuffed, hyper-pulpy, and mostly trite trifurcated drama about family, crime, and moral ambiguity... See Full Review