„To see strong acting like this is exhilarating. In a time of flashy directors who slice and dice their films in a dizzy editing rhythm, it is important to remember that films can look and listen and attentively sympathize with their characters. Directors grow great by subtracting, not adding, and Eastwood does nothing for show, everything for effect.“

—  Roger Ebert, Review http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/mystic-river-2003 of Mystic River (8 October 2003)
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