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So far Andrew Jarecki’s All Good Things has been good at one thing: not getting seen by anybody. The film’s been completed for awhile now and originally had a release date set for last summer, but The Weinstein Company--until recently in control of all distribution rights--has kept the movie tucked away. Jarecki recently bought back the US distribution rights with his own money, but the Weinsteins still own the international rights to the film. It’s unclear when we’ll ever see this flick hit the big screen in the states, but the international trailer has hit the web.
All Good Things , starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst, is based on the true story of Robert Durst, the heir to a New York real estate fortune whose neighbors, friends and wives all suffered untimely demises. Durst was never convicted of any murders but death and mystery sort of followed this guy around. His neighbor was murdered execution-style, his wife just mysteriously vanished and body parts of his business partner were found floating in Galveston Bay. Suffice to say, it didn’t pay to know Durst. He eventually went on the run as a fugitive, but was arrested when he stole a sandwich from a convenience store (even though he had $500 in his pocket).
Gosling plays David Marks, the character based on Durst, and Dunst is his wife Katie McCarthy (Durst’s first wife’s name was Kathleen McCormack) who has entered a marriage with a guy she clearly knows nothing about. Though, as the trailer suggests, she begins catching on that all isn’t right in with her high-society husband. The film takes place in the 1980’s, and looks like a dark and ominous production. Makes sense considering Gosling plays a lunatic.
Check out the international trailer below courtesy of The Playlist.