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Review: Two sons suffer for the sins of their fathers in 'The Place Beyond the Pines'

6:49 PM, Apr. 24, 2013
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"The Place Beyond the Pines'' is a sweeping look at fateful decisions and their lasting reverberations.

A riveting crime thriller, it's also a multi-generational familial saga that approaches Greek tragedy. This gorgeously photographed, wisely crafted and somber drama proceeds in unexpected directions, which makes it all the more engrossing. It's one of the best and most ambitious films of the year.

In addition to being beautifully directed by Derek Cianfrance, this layered drama about fathers and sons is brilliantly acted. ...

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