A quiet stuntman works in Hollywood by day and as a driver for the mob by night. He becomes the target for some of L.A.‘s most dangerous men after agreeing to help his neighbor Irene’s husband. When the job goes awry, the only way he can keep Irene and her son safe is to do what he does best: drive.
Considered the Taxi Driver of the new millennium, Drive has resignified coolness in cinema. An instant cult classic that established Gosling as a new kind of antihero, an existential and poppy twist on the bad-but-good guy. Welcome to a Los Angeles of intoxicating beauty and sadness. Enjoy the ride.
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Akira Kurosawa, 1961, Japan
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