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The Mysteries of Pittsburgh  (2008)
Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber
Groundswell Prod. // 10 April 2009 (U.S.)

Writing Credits     
Rawson Marshall Thurber (screenplay)  
Michael Chabon (novel)

Executive Producer
Omar Amanat, Pete Chiarelli, Claus Clausen
Marina Grasic, Jan Korbelin, Peter Kostense
Bruna Papandrea, Vicki Dee Rock, John Woldenborg

Producers
Thor Benander, Michael London, Jason Christopher Mercer
Rawson Marshall Thurber, Khristina Kravas, Gary Hamilton

Starring Jon Foster, Peter Sarsgaard, Sienna Miller, Nick Nolte, Mena Suvari, Omid Abtahi, Patrick Jordan, Marc Macaulay 

Cinematography by Michael Barrett
Film Editing by Barbara Tulliver
Casting By Deborah Aquila, Jennifer L. Smith, Tricia Wood
Production Design Maher Ahmad
Art Direction by Gary Kosko
Set Decoration Bryony Foster
Costume Design by Wendy Chuck

Music Composed by Theodore Shapiro
Orchestrated by Stuart Michael Thomas, Chris P. Bacon
Recorded and Mixed by Chris Fogel
Digital Score Recorist Bryan Carrigan
Music Editor John Finklea, Julie Pearce
Music Preparation Robert Puff
Music Produced by Theodore Shapiro
Music Supervisor Christian Hand
Music Consultant Randall Poster
Music Preparation Robert Puff 

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Synopsis
Pittsburgh, coming of age in the 1980s. At the beginning of June, Art Beckstein calls this the last summer of his life - after which he'll work as a stock broker. Art's father is the city's mob boss, steering Art's life, judging his choices. At a party, Art sees Jane, smart, blond, lovely. They meet; she has a boyfriend. The next day, Cleveland, the boyfriend, pulls Art from work and the summer of adventures begins. Cleveland lives close to the edge; he's explosive, with hints of problems with local thugs. The triangle of friendship gets complicated when Cleveland disappears for a couple weeks. Can Art sort out his feelings as well as help Cleveland? Where does his father fit in this?

     


 

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