The independent drama This Must Be the Place premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May to reportedly mixed reviews, but will get a chance at redemption early next year after recently being added to at the Sundance Film Festival line-up for January.
Starring Sean Penn as a retired rock star named Cheyenne, This Must Be the Place follows the character's journey to find the Nazi officer that tortured his father during World War II and is now living as a refugee in the U.S. From what the new trailer shows, it looks like another memorable performance from Penn. His Robert Smith-looking Cheyenne has a temperament falling somewhere between the simplicity of Penn's convict character of Jim from 1989's We're No Angels and the kindness of Sam from 2001's I Am Sam, but ultimately the performance stands on its own.
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- Ryan Gowland
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