The Place Beyond The Pines catches more paternal instincts and filial rebellion: More fathers, more sons, corruption and the realisation that "a limp goes a long way in politics". Dane DeHaan, who plays Jason as a young man, the son of Ryan Gosling's Luke's and Eva Mendes's Romina, discusses the search for his unknown past and what it's like to go from playing Spider-Man as a young boy, to being in the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie.
Emory Cohen as Aj, son of Bradley Cooper's police officer Avery Cross, who rebels when the movie catapults 15 years forward, tells us how he sees Marlon Brando and what Javier Bardem and Joaquin Phoenix mean to him. Two sons from different backgrounds meet head on in Derek Cianfrance's fine-tuned story on fatherhood.
Anne-Katrin Titze: Fathers are key in The Place Beyond the Pines, especially for your character Jason.
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