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30 August 2011  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: IMP Awards

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Hey, do you like insanely cool films with moments of crunching violence? Have you often wished you had a nifty 50s style coat with a scorpion embroidered on the back and could drive really fast but completely expertly? In that case you'll love Drive, the new film from Nicolas Winding-Refn, and the film's new character banners below.

The LA-set thriller stars Ryan Gosling as the unnamed driver who makes a living performing movie stunts by day and driving getaway for robbers by night. Carey Mulligan's his neighbour, Oscar Isaac's her ex-con husband and Bryan Cranston is the driver's hard-luck mentor. Albert Brooks and Ron Perlman play a couple of well-off gangsters who fund Cranston's ambitions, while Christina Hendricks turns up as, well, another sort of lowlife.

 

Drive is out in the UK on September 23.


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