Mystic River. Clint Eastwood's 24th film as a director is a terrific murder mystery that will have you hanging on to the edge of your seat. The actor turned director has created a traditional, well-crafted and tensely told movie. In the film's opening prologue three young boys are playing in the street. They have almost finished writing their names in wet cement when a man claiming to be a police officer arrests one of them and drives away with him in a car. It turns out Dave has been abducted and is abused until he somehow manages to escape. Thirty years later the three childhood friends J...
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