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Lost River and Ryan Gosling Q+A (2015) Review

Huge anticipation has been simmering for Ryan Gosling’s feature debut, Lost River (formerly known as ‘How to Catch a Monster’) since it premiered at Cannes last year. 855 more words

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Lost River (Film Review)

★★★

The last time any of us saw Ryan Gosling’s perfectly chiseled face on the big-screen was when Nicolas Winding Refn’s Only God Forgives generally upset critics and moviegoers alike in 2013. 749 more words

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LOST RIVER starts Friday, April 24

Lost River is Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut feature. It was filmed in the City of Detroit in spring/summer 2013. See it on the big screen as it was meant to be seen, at one of the cast and crew’s hangouts. 28 more words

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'Lost River' Sinks but Goes Under Gracefully

“Lost River”

The last time any of us have ever seen Ryan Gosling’s perfectly chiseled face up on the big-screen was when Nicolas Winding Refn’s “Only God Forgives” generally upset critics and moviegoers alike in 2013. 774 more words

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Lost River (2015) - Review

Watching Lost River was like having a bad dream. From that I do not necessarily mean that it was a bad film, though it was good either. 402 more words

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The public supports selling off most expensive council properties | Matt Smith

Chris Walker, Policy Exchange’s Head of Housing & Planning, examines the results of polling commissioned by Policy Exchange on how far the public support the Conservatives’ proposed plans to force councils to sell off expensive social housing and use the proceeds to build more affordable homes. 8 more words

Ryan Gosling's "Lost River" Should Have Asked For Directions

In his directorial debut, Ryan Gosling channels artsy provocateurs such as his buddy Nicolas Winding Refn (director of Drive) and Harmony Korine, but fails to cement himself as a unique visual artist of his own.  647 more words

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