Watched Jul 16, 2012
Disruptive and breathtaking like the crunchtime in a game 7 on the one hand, smooth, deep and fatal like a Gerhard Richter painting on the other hand. The beginning reminds me of trash-action-dust from the last decade, but the sizzling silence of the whole movie makes you wanna fasten your invisible (cinema) seat belt. The enormous brutality and tranquility, the perfect soundtrack plus the endless depth of Ryan Gosling is very rare. For me one of the most enjoyable and interesting films of the last years.