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Sunday, April 22, 2012

All Good Things by Andrew Jarecki, 2010 (R)

with Ryan Gosling (Blue Valentine, Drive, Crazy, Stupid, Love.), Kirsten Dunst (Upside Down, Melancholia, The Virgin Suicides), Frank Langella (Superman Returns), Lily Rabe, Philip Baker Hall (People Like Us, 50/50), Michael Esper, Diane Venora, Nick Offerman (The Men Who Stare At Goats), Kristen Wiig (Bridesmaids, Date Night, How to train your dragon), Stephen Kunken

After restless real-estate scion David Marks (Ryan Gosling) weds middle-class beauty Katie McCarthy (Kirsten Dunst) against the wishes of his disapproving father (Frank Langella), suspicions of murder fall on the unmoored heir when his wife mysteriously vanishes. Though he's not indicted in her disappearance, people with ties to the case begin turning up dead when it's reopened two decades later -- and the unhinged David is the prime suspect.

This is a horrible story. It develops nicely from a romantic comedy to the darkest of manipulative thriller. The acting is impeccable, everything leads you to the confinement that power can take you to, madness, brilliant. Then you read about it and discover it is a true story, and no one knows what happened to Katie McCarthy, and no one managed to prove the husband David Marks guilty, while all things seems to converge to him. But of course, he is well protected, he is rich and powerful. So, what is the truth?

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