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This Must Be The Place

Since the end of his rock and roll career, Cheyenne (Sean Penn) has been stuck in time. But the death of his estranged father, and the revelation that the elderly man was trying to avenge the wrongs he suffered at the hands of a Nazi criminal, gives the former star a new (albeit violent) reason to live.

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Release Date: 01 Nov 2012
Run Time: 118
MPAA Rating: R

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Release Date: 2 November 2012 (Limited)

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Synopsis: Since the end of his rock and roll career, Cheyenne (Sean Penn) has been stuck in time. But the death of his estranged father, and the revelation that the elderly man was trying to avenge the wrongs he suffered at the hands of a Nazi criminal, gives the former star a new (albeit violent) reason to live.

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Video alternatives

Another man goes on a road trip to try and understand the effect of the holocaust on his family in Everything is Illuminated. The documentary Paper Clips explores this Jewish genocide through the eyes of children studying the subject at school.

Home Video Notes

This Must Be The Place releases to home video on March 12, 2013.

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