Childhood friends Jimmy Markum, Sean Devine and Dave Boyle reunite following the death of Jimmy's oldest daughter, Katie. Sean's a police detective on the case, gathering difficult and disturbing evidence; he's also tasked with handling Jimmy's rage and need for retribution. Written by
Forest Whitaker was the original choice for Whitey Powers and almost accepted, but had to back out due to other conflicts. See more »
When Jimmy Markum is drinking whiskey with Celeste Boyle the cap of the bottle is alternately on/off between shots. See more »
Radio Announcer #1:
...before the end of the season last year, and then re-injured it in spring training on a terrific game-saving play. You know, I was talking with...
What time is this going on?
7:30 is the pre-game.
Who'd you say was pitching tonight?
Goddamn Cuban, man. He can hurl it.
I'd hate to be facing him.
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The Warner Bros and Village Roadshow Logos at the beginning of the film, are not animated. They are both coloured Grey and stay in the middle of the screen. See more »
This movie is a good study in human nature and fate. Eastwood has always tried to haze the line between a good guy and the things a person does to define him as such. His good guys do so much bad and his bad guys do so much good that we are often left pondering what we see in his movies. Mystic River will take your imagination and patience to the limit. Mystery, intrigue and suspense are superbly blended for a home run.
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