Canadian actor Ryan Gosling poses for photographers, after making his film director directorial debut with Lost River, at the London Institution in central London, Thursday, 9 April, 2015. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)
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Ryan Gosling casts Detroit under dark fairytale in 'Lost River'When filming his directorial debut "Lost River" in Detroit, a city struggling to survive bankruptcy after economic decline, actor Ryan Gosling said he wanted to "eliminate the political minutiae" by using fairytale archetypes.After premiering at 2014's Cannes Film Festival, the film received poor reviews, with Variety's Justin Chang calling it an "inauspicious debut".Instead, the actor-director is hoping the film finds its audience through theaters and video-on-demand including HBO's standalone service HBO Now, which launched this week with exclusive early access to "Lost River".
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