Ryan Gosling, Michelle Williams, Mike Vogel, John Doman
Derek Cianfrance (Director), Cami Delavigne (Screenplay), Derek Cianfrance (Screenplay), Joey Curtis (Screenplay)
Released: Dec. 29th, 2010
Runtime: 1 hour, 52 minutes
Dean and Cindy live a quiet life in a modest neighborhood. They appear to have the world at their feet at the outset of the relationship. However, his lack of ambition and her retreat into self-absorption cause potentially irreversible cracks in their marriage.
As tired as the topic of relationships is in Hollywood, there still seems to be a couple drops of ideas coming from their plugged faucet. Recently in America, these short spurts of quality films abo...
Dean and Cindy's little girl Frankie, who was her biological father? Was it Dean or was it actually Cindy's ex boyfriend Bobby?
There's been some discussion about this and I was curious because I do...
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What Blue Valentine does right is throw you into the worst part of a couples time together while they cling so viciously yet hopelessly on their past, also shown in the film.
This film then takes us on a Tarantino-like journey through scenes of Dean and Cindy's marriage, told out of sequence but still peeling the layers away of this decaying marriage which could not be held together by the sexual hit that ignited the relationship.