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Mystic River: From Page to Screen (2004)

Clint Eastwood's classic Mystic River (2003) is discussed by the director himself, screenwriter Brian Helgeland, the novel's author Dennis Lehane and the great ensemble cast (Sean Penn, Tim... See full summary »
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Clint Eastwood's classic Mystic River (2003) is discussed by the director himself, screenwriter Brian Helgeland, the novel's author Dennis Lehane and the great ensemble cast (Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, Kevin Bacon, Laura Linney, Laurence Fishburne and Marcia Gay Harden) sharing their perspectives on the themes presented in the film and also the important collaboration they had with the legendary director while making this complex project. Written by Rodrigo Amaro

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8 June 2004 (USA)  »

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Mystic River: Del guión a la pantalla  »

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This short making-of is featured on the Deluxe Edition DVD for Mystic River (2003), released in 2004. See more »

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Truly convinced this actually happened
10 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

Tim Robbins and Sean Penn not only played their parts or acted their parts...they were those men...Right from the first scene I was convinced that I was someone there with these guys. This film was beautifully pieced together.Always keeping me wanting to know how the character "feels" during the course of the time. Penn, as always, is one of the best actors in the industry. He plays his parts in such an extraordinary manner that he actually convinces anyone watching that he has always been that person all his life ,forgetting he's Playing a part. I've bought this VHS Movie and will watch it again and again to enjoy the superb performances by these highly talented persons.


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