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Filmmaker Derek Cianfrance made a name for himself with this 2010 film  Blue Valentine , starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams.

Filmmaker Derek Cianfrance

Filmmaker Derek Cianfrance made a name for himself with this 2010 film Blue Valentine , starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams.

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Filmmaker Derek Cianfrance made a name for himself with his 2010 film  Blue Valentine , starring  Ryan Gosling  and Michelle Williams.

Filmmaker Derek Cianfrance

Filmmaker Derek Cianfrance made a name for himself with his 2010 film Blue Valentine , starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams.

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