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Derek Cianfrance’s The Place Beyond the Pines refers to the city Schenectady, New York, a name derived from the Mohawk word meaning “place beyond the pine plains.” It’s a multi-generational crime-drama serving as the director’s followup to his Sundance breakout Blue Valentine (read our review), starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams in an Oscar-nominated role.

Gosling and Bradley Cooper co-headline The Place Beyond the Pines as carnie stunt rider Luke and NY cop Avery Cross. Luke provides for his son and ex-girlfriend (Eva Mendes) by robbing banks; meanwhile, Avery climbs the ranks in order to become a politician. However, when their worlds collide, it has unforeseen consequences – ones which continue to resonate fifteen years later, haunting the lives of both their teenage sons (Dane DeHaan and Emory Cohen).

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