The Place Beyond the Pines (2012)

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  • IMDb page: The Place Beyond the Pines (2012)
  • Rate: 7.3/10 total 175,482 votes
  • Genre: Crime | Drama | Thriller
  • Release Date: 19 April 2013 (USA)
  • Runtime: 140 min
  • Filming Location: Glenville, New York, USA
  • Budget: $15,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $21,383,298 (USA) (21 June 2013)
  • Director: Derek Cianfrance
  • Stars: Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendes | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Mike Patton
  • Soundtrack: Descending Dread
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Datasat
  • Plot Keyword: Police | Motorcycle | Bank | Carnival | Corruption

Writing Credits By:

  • Derek Cianfrance (story) and
  • Ben Coccio (story)
  • Derek Cianfrance (screenplay) &
  • Ben Coccio (screenplay) and
  • Darius Marder (screenplay)

Known Trivia

  • Director Derek Cianfrance claims that he would not have made the movie without Bradley Cooper cast as Avery Cross. In fact, he drove 5 hours to Montreal (QC) to meet with Cooper in person to convince him to take the role. Cianfrance says he did write the role for Cooper – “a guy who’s paraded around as a hero but inside feels corrupted.” 144 of 144 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The method Luke and Robin use to rob the banks was the actual method ‘Friday Night Robber’ Carl Gugasian successfully used for over 30 years. 132 of 132 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • According to director Derek Cianfrance, he met with Ryan Gosling at his agent’s home in 2007 while working on Blue Valentine (2010). He asked Ryan Gosling (paraphrased), “You’ve done so much already, what is there in life you haven’t done that you want to do?” Gosling responded that he has always wanted to rob a bank. “What has kept you from robbing a bank?” Being arrested. “And how would you go about robbing a bank?” Ryan Gosling described robbing a bank on a motorcycle because it is fast and agile, and the helmet would conceal his identity, then stashing the motorcycle in the back of a truck because the police would be looking for the motorcycle. Cianfrance responded that he was actually writing a screenplay about a bank robber in exactly that way, and he felt that Gosling was meant to play this role. 329 of 333 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Ben Mendelsohn completely improvised the line “If you ride like lightning you’re gonna crash like thunder.” Derek Cianfrance admitted it was not in the script on the audio commentary of the movie. 234 of 237 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Much of the filming for this movie was done on location in Schenectady, New York. The title comes from the name of the city of Schenectady, which is the Mohawk word for “beyond the pine plains.” 115 of 116 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Two months before filming, Andrij Parekh, who shot Blue Valentine (2010), refused to do the film largely because of the Globe of Death stunt in the opening. According to Derek Cianfrance, Parekh spoke to him on the phone saying he refused to do the film because he had dreamed that he would be killed during filming. This nearly became a reality, as during the filming of the stunt, cinematographer Sean Bobbitt was himself nearly killed; luckily he was only knocked unconscious when a motorcycle landed on top of him during filming the second take of the stunt inside the cage. At the time, he was wearing heavy protection gear and a helmet. 124 of 126 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Ryan Gosling suggested Eva Mendes be cast as Romina. 86 of 87 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • According to Ryan Gosling, all his bank robbery scenes were done in one take. 158 of 163 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Derek Cianfrance shot 22 takes of Ryan Gosling performing the stunt of speeding the motorcycle past the intersection before 36 cars crashed into one another. Cianfrance originally wanted a stunt double to do it but could not hide the stuntman. He also noted that for each take until Gosling finally got it right, he chewed his shirt in nervousness until there was a hole in it by the time the stunt was over. 84 of 86 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • When Jason and AJ first meet in the cafeteria, Jason is eating an apple for lunch. This links back to his mother telling Luke how she would chew apples for him when he was a baby. 120 of 126 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |

Goofs: Continuity: In the swimming pool scene, Avery is lit by diffuse skylight as he rests on the edge of the pool. After the last cut to Al, which lasts only a few seconds, Avery is lit by bright sunlight.

Plot: A motorcycle stunt rider turns to robbing banks as a way to provide for his lover and their newborn child, a decision that puts him on a collision course with an ambitious rookie cop navigating a department ruled by a corrupt detective. Full summary »  »

Story: A mysterious and mythical motorcycle racer, Luke, (Ryan Gosling) drives out of a traveling carnival globe of death and whizzes through the backstreets of Schenectady, New York, desperately trying to connect with a former lover, Romina, (Eva Mendes) who recently and secretly gave birth to the stunt rider’s son. In an attempt to provide for his new family, Luke quits the carnival life and commits a series of bank robberies aided by his superior riding ability. The stakes rise as Luke is put on a collision course with an ambitious police officer, Avery Cross, (Bradley Cooper) looking to quickly move up the ranks in a police department riddled with corruption. The sweeping drama unfolds over fifteen years as the sins of the past haunt the present days lives of two high school boys wrestling with the legacy they’ve inherited. The only refuge is found in the place beyond the pines. Written byStudioCanal


Synopsis: Luke and Romina

Luke Glanton (Ryan Gosling) is a locally-famous motorcycle stuntman working in a traveling act for state fairs. During the fair in Altamont, New York, Glanton gets a visit from ex-lover, Romina (Eva Mendes), and learns that he is the father of her son. Glanton quits his job as a stuntman to stay in town and provide for his child, but Romina does not want him in the childs life, as she has become involved in a relationship with Kofi (Mahershala Ali).

Glanton turns to Robin (Ben Mendelsohn), an auto repair shop owner, for part-time employment as he continuously attempts to insert himself into his sons life. Making only minimum wage, Glanton asks Robin for more money to care for his son. Robin reveals that he was once a bank robber, and offers to partner with Glanton to hit several banks in the area. The duo perform several successful heists, in which Glanton performs the robbery, then uses his motorbike as a getaway vehicle and drives it into an unmarked truck driven by Robin. Glanton uses the new money to win back Rominas trust and visits her and his son more often. Kofi objects to his presence and the two have an altercation at Kofis house, resulting in Glantons arrest for assault after he hits Kofi in the head with a pair of pliers.

After Robin has bailed him out of jail, Glanton immediately wants to resume their bank robberies. Robin objects, not wanting to press their luck, and the two have a falling-out that results in Robin dismantling the motorbike and Glanton taking back the bail money he owed Robin at gunpoint. Glanton attempts to rob a bank alone and is pursued by police. He falls off his bike during the chase and seeks refuge in a residents home, where he is pursued by Officer Avery Cross (Bradley Cooper). Glanton, sensing defeat, corners himself upstairs and calls Romina. Just before Cross confronts him, Glanton asks Romina not to tell their child about who he was. Cross enters the room and fires the first shot; Glanton falls out of the second-story window after shooting Cross in the leg. Cross looks out the window to find Glanton dead on the pavement.


Cross, who is a low-ranking officer, gains hero-status after his take-down of the notorious Glanton. Cross feels remorse about shooting Glanton, especially upon discovering that Glanton had a son, as Cross has an infant of his own. Cross’s fellow officers Scotty (Gabe Fazio) and Deluca (Ray Liotta) are corrupt and unlawfully seize the robbed money from Romina’s home and give the “lion’s share” to Cross. Cross eventually explains the situation to his commanding officer, who dismisses the charges, unwilling to indict his own department. Still seeking justice, Cross manages to record a fellow officer asking him to illegally remove cocaine from the evidence locker Cross supervises for use in a separate case. Cross uses the recording to get a position as the assistant district attorney.

Jason and AJ

Fifteen years later, Cross is running for public office, and has to deal with his now teenage son AJ (Emory Cohen), who has gotten into trouble with drugs. Cross has separated from his wife (Rose Byrne) and agrees to take AJ into his home, transferring him into the local high school. There AJ befriends a boy named Jason (Dane DeHaan); neither AJ nor Jason knows that he is the son of Luke Glanton. The two are arrested for felony drug possession, and, when Cross is called in to pick up his son, he recognizes Jason’s name. He uses his influence to get Jason’s charge dropped to a misdemeanor and orders AJ to stay away from Jason (though the boys continue to talk).

Jason seeks the truth about his biological father, whom Romina refuses to discuss with him. His stepfather, Kofi, finally tells him his name. He googles his father’s name and discovers Glanton’s past. He visits Robin’s auto shop, and Robin tells Jason more about Luke, including his superior motorbiking skills. Jason eventually realizes that AJ’s father is the man who killed his father. After a fight with AJ, which leaves Jason hospitalized, Jason breaks into Cross’s house and beats AJ at gunpoint. When Cross arrives, Jason holds him hostage and orders him to drive into the woods. Although Jason intended to kill Cross, he reconsiders after Cross tearfully apologizes for killing Jason’s father. Jason takes Cross’s wallet and suit coat and leaves Cross unharmed. In the wallet Jason finds a photo of himself as a baby with his parents, that Cross had stolen from the evidence locker.

Cross wins his bid for New York Attorney General, his son AJ at his side. Jason runs away from home and buys a motorbike, with the intention of heading west to make his own life as a traveler, like his father.

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Produced By:

  • Matt Berenson known as executive producer
  • Carrie Fix known as co-producer
  • Sidney Kimmel known as producer
  • Katie McNeill known as associate producer
  • Alex Orlovsky known as producer
  • Jamie Patricof known as producer
  • Crystal Powell known as associate producer
  • Jim Tauber known as executive producer
  • Lynette Howell Taylor known as producer (as Lynette Howell)
  • Bruce Toll known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Ryan Gosling known as Luke
  • Craig Van Hook known as Jack
  • Eva Mendes known as Romina
  • Olga Merediz known as Malena
  • Angelo Anthony Pizza known as Baby Jason (as Anthony Angelo Pizza Jr.)
  • Mahershala Ali known as Kofi
  • John Facci known as Priest (as Rev. John Facci)
  • Ben Mendelsohn known as Robin
  • Tula known as Robin’s Dog
  • Penny known as Robin’s Dog
  • Cynthia Pelletier-Sullivan known as Teller #1 – Bank #1
  • Mackenzie Trainor known as Teller #2 – Bank #1
  • Nicole Califano known as Teller #3 – Bank #1
  • Shannon Plumb known as Lady in Ice Cream Shop
  • Tracey Agustin known as Teller #1 – Bank #2
  • Ean Egas known as Teller #2 – Bank #2
  • Bob Dieterich known as Banker Outside Bank #2
  • Thomas Mattice known as Booking Officer
  • Adam Nowicki known as Arresting Officer (as Adam Nowichi)
  • Mark J. Caruso known as Court Lawyer
  • G. Douglas Griset known as Judge #1
  • Vanessa Thorpe known as Court Officer
  • Gail Martino known as Teller – Banker #3
  • Brian Smyj known as Officer Jefferson
  • Bradley Cooper known as Avery
  • Dorothy Rutherford known as Mother at Home
  • Paul Steele known as Officer at Shootout Scene
  • Gabe Fazio known as Scott
  • Rose Byrne known as Jennifer
  • Travis Jackson Campbell known as Baby AJ
  • Trevor Jackson Campbell known as Baby AJ
  • Harris Yulin known as Al Cross
  • Jan Libertucci known as Nurse
  • Robert Clohessy known as Chief Weirzbowski
  • Bruce Greenwood known as Bill Killcullen
  • Subrina Dhammi known as Reporter #1
  • Heather Chestnut known as Jennifer’s Mother
  • Greta Seacat known as Cory Gilbeau
  • Ray Liotta known as Deluca
  • Luke Pierucci known as Doc Crowley (as Luca Pierucci)
  • Jessica Layton known as Reporter #2
  • James J. Gleason known as Funeral Director
  • Patrick Husted known as Preacher
  • Emory Cohen known as AJ
  • Joe B. McCarthy known as Campaign Manager (as Joe McCarthy)
  • Jefrey Pollock known as Campaign Advisor
  • Lynette Howell Taylor known as Political Media Advisor (as Lynette Howell)
  • Sarah Curcio known as Guidance Counselor
  • Dane DeHaan known as Jason (as Dane Dehaan)
  • Ephraim Benton known as Benny
  • Mark McCracken known as Drug Busting Cop #1
  • Adriel Linyear known as Drug Busting Cop #2
  • Kevin Green known as Interrogating Cop
  • Jennifer Sober known as Public Defender
  • Melissa Mills known as Judge #2
  • Alex Pulling known as Alex
  • Dante Shafer known as Dante
  • Kayla Smalls known as Vanessa
  • Frank J. Falvo known as Pharmacy Clerk
  • Leah Bliven known as Leah
  • Whitney Hudson known as Whitney
  • Breanna Dolen known as Breanna
  • Hugh T. Farley known as State Senator
  • Michael Cullen known as Mr. Anthony
  • Jeremiah Bagley known as Cokehead (uncredited)
  • Mike Barry known as News Cameraman (uncredited)
  • Joseph Basile known as Globe of Death Wrangler (uncredited)
  • Dj Nino Carta known as Kofi’s Brother (uncredited)
  • April Crisafulli known as Bank Hostage (uncredited)
  • Julie E. Davis known as Pharmacy Patron (uncredited)
  • Dean Denisio known as Dean (uncredited)
  • George Forrester known as HS Gym Teacher (uncredited)
  • Karen Gazda known as Mediator (uncredited)
  • Ron Komora known as News Photographer (uncredited)
  • Andrew Krakat known as High School Student (uncredited)
  • Marybeth Leo-Smullen known as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Benjamin Lott known as Church attendee (uncredited)
  • Sabrina Lott known as Church attendee (uncredited)
  • Michael Marino known as Ari (uncredited)
  • Lindsay McKearn known as Party Girl (uncredited)
  • Kimberly Moore known as Party Girl 1 (uncredited)
  • Mark Musto known as Strip Club Patron (uncredited)
  • Byron Nilsson known as Restaurant Patron (uncredited)
  • Emilio Pagan-Yourno known as Sketchy Student (uncredited)
  • Jim Powers known as Altimont Carney (uncredited)
  • Steve Powers known as HeartThrobs Tent (uncredited)
  • Daniel Rayome known as Fairgoer (uncredited)
  • Don Rittner known as Bank Patron (uncredited)
  • Steve Ritzko known as Dealer (uncredited)
  • Casey Roberts known as Fair Patron (uncredited)
  • John Romeo known as Fat Man in Tent (uncredited)
  • Nicole Signore known as Bank Hostage (uncredited)
  • Erwin Urias known as Globe Rider #2 (uncredited)
  • Sam Wagner known as Globe Rider #1 (uncredited)
  • Kevin Craig West known as Sergeant (uncredited)

..{tab=Supporting Department}Makeup Department:

  • Chris Conover known as prosthetic production manager
  • Michael Fontaine known as prosthetic makeup artist (as Mike Fontaine)
  • Patricia Grande known as hair department head
  • Andrea Grande-Capone known as hair colorist: stunt riders (as Andrea Grande Capone)
  • David Kalahiki known as key makeup artist
  • Chris Kelly known as prosthetic makeup crew
  • Michael Marino known as prosthetic makeup designer (as Mike Marino)
  • Lori McCoy-Bell known as hair stylist: Bradley Cooper
  • Medusah known as hair stylist: Ryan Gosling
  • David Presto known as prosthetic makeup crew (as Dave Presto)
  • Gregory Purcell known as key hair stylist (as Greg Purcell)
  • Janeen Schreyer known as makeup artist: Bradley Cooper
  • Ben Shields known as tattoo designer
  • Kazuhiro Tsuji known as prosthetic makeup crew (as Kazu Tsuji)
  • Leo Won known as makeup department head
  • Michael Maddi known as makeup crew (uncredited)

Art Department:

  • Matthew Amenta known as on set dresser
  • James Anziano known as set dresser
  • John Ashton known as set dresser
  • Henry Biernacki known as set dresser
  • David Branum known as set dresser
  • Peter Bundrick known as key carpenter
  • Julye P. Calder-Spinelli known as scenic
  • Robert Collin known as artwork provided by
  • Joyce D’Annibale known as artwork provided by
  • Joseph Deluca known as set dresser
  • Jerry DeRogatis known as additional props (as Jerry Derogatis)
  • Liza Donatelli known as third props
  • Frank Foster known as set dresser
  • Isaac Gabaeff known as additional props
  • Steven Gibbs known as scenic
  • Richard Hebrank known as construction coordinator
  • Steve Honicki known as artwork provided by
  • Akim Hovanecz known as scenic
  • Robert Igoe known as set dresser
  • Arthur Jongewaard known as art department coordinator
  • Andrew Kanuck known as scenic
  • Gail Kessler known as artwork provided by
  • Derek Kirkaldy known as set dresser
  • Mat Kowalski known as leadman
  • Kurt Kroll known as shop electric
  • Laura Lerner known as charge scenic
  • Mary Lovendusky known as scenic
  • Mario Mercado known as scenic
  • David Palumbo known as scenic
  • Richard Peete known as additional props
  • Dylan Pettengill known as art production assistant
  • Michael Powsner known as assistant property master
  • Bridget Rafferty known as art production assistant
  • Steve Ritzko known as artwork provided by (as Stephen Ritzko)
  • Ben Ross known as carpenter foreman
  • Max Sherwood known as property master
  • Lee Shevett known as construction key grip
  • John Shimrock known as scenic
  • Gary Sless known as motorcycle mechanic
  • Carolyn Taylor known as artwork provided by


Production Companies:

  • Sidney Kimmel Entertainment (presents)
  • Electric City Entertainment (production)
  • Verisimilitude (in association with)

Other Companies:

  • Rita Powers Casting Group  extras casting
  • Tribe Road Catering  catering
  • EatCatering  craft services
  • Barkin / Smith  production counsel (as Barkin Smith LLP)
  • DeWitt Stern Group  production insurance
  • Film Finances  completion guarantor
  • Entertainment Partners  payroll company
  • Entertainment Clearances  script clearance research
  • ARRI / Camera Service Center  camera equipment provided by (as ARRI CSC)
  • Thunderwolf Grips  grip equipment provided by (as Thunderwolf Grip Services)
  • CPMK Lighting  electric equipment provided by
  • BMW  picture vehicle provided by
  • Honda  picture vehicle provided by
  • Topo Customs  picture vehicle provided by
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car  production vehicles provided by
  • Hertz  production vehicles provided by
  • Haddad’s  production vehicles provided by
  • Rockbottom Rentals  walkie talkie provided by
  • IGS Video Services  vtr provided by (as IGS)
  • Navesync  24 frame playback provided by (as Navasync)
  • Trevanna Post  post-production accounting
  • OneZero Productions  post production services (as Onezero Films)
  • Company 3  digital intermediate
  • Sound Lounge  post production sound
  • Alchemy Post Sound  foley recorded at (as Alchemy Post)
  • Studio Line  additional post production sound (as Studio-Line)
  • De Lane Lea  additional post production sound
  • Adidas  wardrobe provided by
  • Amacord Vintage Fashion  wardrobe provided by (as Amacord Vintage)
  • Altamont  wardrobe provided by
  • BLK DNM  wardrobe provided by
  • Carhartt  wardrobe provided by
  • Converse  wardrobe provided by
  • Clarks  wardrobe provided by
  • Creative Recreation (II)  wardrobe provided by
  • Dickies  wardrobe provided by
  • Diesel  wardrobe provided by
  • Dr. Martens  wardrobe provided by
  • Eddie Bauer  wardrobe provided by
  • Gant  wardrobe provided by
  • Jenni Kayne  wardrobe provided by
  • Jim Sanders  wardrobe provided by
  • Kangol Ltd.  wardrobe provided by (as Kangol)
  • Keds  wardrobe provided by
  • Lacoste  wardrobe provided by
  • L.A. Gear  wardrobe provided by
  • Levi Strauss & Co.  wardrobe provided by (as Levi’s)
  • LNA Clothing  wardrobe provided by (as LNA)
  • Mother Denim  wardrobe provided by (as Mother Jeans)
  • Nike  wardrobe provided by
  • Out of Print Clothing  wardrobe provided by (as Out of Print)
  • Paige Denim  wardrobe provided by
  • Pam Keenan  wardrobe provided by
  • Portia and Manny  wardrobe provided by
  • Rudnicks  wardrobe provided by
  • Schenectady Police Department  wardrobe provided by
  • Schott NYC  wardrobe provided by (as Schott)
  • Seize Sur Vingt  wardrobe provided by
  • Sub_Urban RIOT  wardrobe provided by (as Suburban Riot)
  • Superga  wardrobe provided by
  • Tretorn Shoes  wardrobe provided by (as Tretorn)
  • Vena Cava  wardrobe provided by
  • Wolverine Boots & Shoes  wardrobe provided by (as Wolverine)
  • 1 of a Find Vintage  wardrobe provided by
  • Duane’s Toyland  the filmmakers wish to thank
  • AIM  special thanks
  • Albany County Agricultural Society  special thanks
  • Altamont Fair, The  special thanks
  • Ambition Café  special thanks
  • Albany County Historical Society  special thanks
  • Apple Computer  special thanks (as Apple)
  • Clarisonic  special thanks
  • American Red Cross of Schenectady  special thanks
  • Dell Computers  special thanks (as Dell)
  • Fossil  special thanks
  • 1st National Bank of Scotia  special thanks (as First National Bank of Scotia)
  • Genesee Brewing Company  special thanks (as Genesee)
  • Goya Foods  special thanks (as Goya)
  • Lozano Group  special thanks
  • Ginger People  special thanks
  • Hollywood Branded  special thanks
  • Gleason Funeral Homes  special thanks
  • Kenneth Cole  special thanks
  • Kérastase  special thanks
  • Glenville Police Department  special thanks
  • LandRider Bikes  special thanks (as LandRider)
  • Migliorelli Farm  special thanks
  • Holiday Inn Schenectady  special thanks
  • Mohawk Ambulance Service  special thanks (as Mohawk Ambulance)
  • Motion Picture Magic  special thanks
  • Greene County Agricultural Department  special thanks
  • MPM Entertainment  special thanks
  • New England Confectionery Co.  special thanks (as NECCO)
  • Greene County Historical Society  special thanks
  • Parker Inn, The  special thanks
  • Oakley  special thanks
  • Montblanc North America  special thanks
  • Price Chopper  special thanks
  • Saratoga Winery  special thanks
  • Niskayuna Police Department  special thanks
  • Siggy’s Good Food  special thanks (as Siggies)
  • Schenectady High School  special thanks
  • Norm Marshall and Associates  special thanks (as Norman Marshall & Associates)
  • TLS Wallets  special thanks
  • Sight-N-Sounds  special thanks
  • North East Film Partners  special thanks
  • Trustco Bank  special thanks
  • Tops Supermarkets  special thanks (as TOPS)
  • Proctor’s Theatre  special thanks
  • WEN Hair Care  special thanks (as WEN)
  • Wise Foods  special thanks (as Wise Brand)
  • Propaganda GEM  special thanks
  • WNYT Television  special thanks (as WNYT)
  • Schenectady County Agricultural Society  special thanks
  • Schenectady County Historical Society  special thanks
  • Schenectady City School District  special thanks
  • Schenectady Police Department  special thanks
  • Village of Scotia Police Department  special thanks (as Scotia Police Department)
  • Victorinox  special thanks (as Victorinox Swiss Army)
  • 20 North Broadway Tavern  special thanks
  • New York State Governor’s Office for Motion Picture & Television Development  filmed with the support of
  • Digital Post Services  quality assurance and world-wide servicing
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound mix (uncredited)
  • Film Finances  film completion guarantor
  • Hurwitz Creative  epk (uncredited)
  • Milan Records  soundtrack (uncredited)
  • Trevanna Post  post production accounting

Additional Details


  • E1 Films Canada (2013) (Canada) (theatrical)
  • Fine Films (2013) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • Focus Features (2013) (USA) (theatrical)
  • Golden Village Pictures (2013) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Independent Films (2013) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Lucky Red (2013) (Italy) (theatrical)
  • Roadshow Film Distributors (2013) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • StudioCanal (2013) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • StudioCanal (2013) (France) (theatrical)
  • StudioCanal (2013) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Viva International Pictures (2013) (Philippines) (theatrical)
  • Arthaus Filmverleih (2013) (Germany) (DVD)
  • Arthaus Filmverleih (2013) (Germany) (DVD) (Blu-ray)
  • Ascot Elite Entertainment Group (2013) (Switzerland) (all media)
  • Audio Visual Entertainment (2013) (Greece) (DVD) (blu-ray)
  • BNN TV (2015) (Netherlands) (TV)
  • Bir Film (2013) (Turkey) (all media)
  • Eagle Films (2013) (Non-USA) (all media) (Middle East)
  • Film1 (2014) (Netherlands) (TV) (limited)
  • Mongkol Major (2013) (Thailand) (all media)
  • Paris Filmes (2013) (Brazil) (all media)
  • Seven Films (2013) (Greece) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Bangladesh) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Bhutan) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (India) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Nepal) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Pakistan) (all media)
  • Tanweer Films (2013) (Sri Lanka) (all media)
  • TriPictures (2013) (Spain) (all media)
  • Warner Home Video (2013) (Netherlands) (DVD)
  • Zon Audiovisuais (2013) (Portugal) (all media)

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Special Effects:

  • Method Studios (visual effects)
  • Tinsley Studio (prosthetic makeup effects: tattoos) (uncredited)

Visual Effects by:

  • Igor Boshoer known as pipeline technical director: Method Studios
  • Cara Buckley known as head of production: Method Studios
  • Aleksandar Djordjevic known as digital artist: Method Studios
  • Adam Gandola known as digital artist: Method Studios
  • Denis Huynh known as systems engineer: Method Studios (as Dennis Huynh)
  • Alice Kahn known as visual effects coordinator: Method Studios
  • Alexander Koehl known as digital artist: Method Studios
  • Ryan Leonard known as digital artist: Method Studios
  • David Marte known as digital artist: Method Studios
  • David Piombino known as digital artist: Method Studios (as David Plombino)
  • Jim Rider known as visual effects supervisor: Method Studios
  • Raven Sia known as visual effects producer: Method Studios
  • David Toepfer known as systems engineer: Method Studios
  • Chad E. Collier known as data operations manager: Method Studios (uncredited)
  • Wendy Seddon known as digital compositor (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated R for language throughout, some violence, teen drug and alcohol use, and a sexual reference


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