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A Hollywood stuntman helps his neighbor and becomes a getaway driver, leading to trouble.


Why watch this film?

Some say that this movie (and Nicolas Winding Refn's filmography in general) is more style than substance. But even if its story is somewhat simple on the surface, 'Drive' is a demonstration that style is part of the substance, and that color, silences, action, and even the smallest gestures can tell us a lot about what the characters on screen are thinking and feeling. Its neon-tinged cinematography - a constant with Refn - amplifies the visual impact of this contemporary fable about violence, which shows Ryan Gosling in one of his most serious, independent, and iconic roles (that scorpion jacket is an unmistakable symbol in itself).



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A mysterious Hollywood stuntman and mechanic moonlights as a getaway driver and finds himself in trouble when he helps out his neighbor.

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