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Ryan Gosling Tries to Be a Good Dad in First 'Place Beyond the Pines' Trailer

December 22, 2012 (1:58 am) GMT
Playing a motorbike stunt rider who finds out that he has fathered a son from his girlfriend, Gosling gives his convincing performance alongside Bradley Cooper and Eva Mendes.
Ryan Gosling Tries to Be a Good Dad in First 'Place Beyond the Pines' Trailer

"" has debuted its first trailer, which boasts dramatic scenes involving as a man who is forced to take a responsibility for fathering a son from his girlfriend. Gosling gives his convincing performance as he tries to be a good dad for his baby, but decides to do it in a wrong way.

Gosling plays Luke, a motorcycle stunt rider and habitual loner who works for a traveling carnival, roaming from town to town. After reuniting with his sometime girlfriend Romina (), Luke discovers that he has fathered a son.

Determined to meet his responsibility but unable to support a family, Luke opts to start robbing banks. On his getaway motorcycle, Luke is magnificent: skilled, daring, reckless and macho. But on one heist he draws the pursuit of rookie cop Avery (). It proves a fateful confrontation.

Derek Cianfrance directs the compelling crime drama film in addition to co-writing the script alongside Ben Coccio and Darius Marder. The movie is also supported by , and .

Focus Features will release "The Place Beyond the Pines" in the U.S. on March 29, 2013.



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