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Rated 14A · 114 min. · 2010

When they meet, Dean (Ryan Gosling) and Cindy (Oscar nominee Michelle Williams) are young, so his lack of direction and ambition are normal, even to an overachiever like her. In the now, when he’s drinking a beer at 8am just to steel himself for the day and she’s working double shifts at the hospital, anything exciting and sexy about that is gone. He’s still in love but she’s fading and he knows it, so he suggests they spend the night at a cheesy motel for Valentine’s Day. It’s in that room, lit an ugly blue, that everything falls apart for them. Derek Cianfrance’s Blue Valentine shifts between these two times, six years apart. If you think you’ve seen it before, you’re wrong, and you’re also right. That’s its magic---through the exhilarating beginning and the defeated end, it makes you consider the middle. –Tara Thorne

See our full review: <i>Blue Valentine</i> steals our hearts

Blue Valentine steals our hearts

If you think you’ve seen it before, you’re wrong, and you’re also right. »

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Director: Derek Cianfrance
Writer: Derek Cianfrance, Cami Delavigne and Joey Curtis
Cast: Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams, Mike Vogel, Reila Aphrodite, John Doman, Ben Shenkman, Samii Ryan, Faith Wladyka, Michelle Nagy and Robert Eckard


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