How does a massive cinematic franchise return when it unlinks itself from the convergence of another colossal franchise? How does one re-assimilate into society after a major traumatic event, perhaps war, between countries, between galaxies?
What could have been a messy attempt to tell a complex story, Directors Andy & Lana Wachsoki and Tom Tykwer have properly maintained the central themes and motifs across disparate characters and timelines with love and compassion.
Years ago it was told to me by one of my Film Studies lecturers that due to the immense demand for screenwriters in the days of early Hollywood a lot of the New York playwrights of the east coast were lured westwards in order to write for the big studios. This upheaval inspired a justifiable nostalgia for home in the writers and led them to represent their beloved Big Apple as romantically an
Predestination may force certain individuals to chase their supposed privileges or reject them entirely. In The Place Beyond the Pines, we see the catalysts and the outcomes of these polarities test the role of revenge on an intimate family feud. This melodramatic thriller is told in three parts, from the perspectives of two men and their genetic legacies.
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