'All Good Things Movie' | 2012: Filmmakers Andrew Jarecki and Marc Smerling are preparing for the theatrical release, starring Ryan Gosling, about the life of Robert Durst. Shortly before the premiere, Jarecki is contacted out of the blue by the reclusive Durst, who asks to see the movie. After seeing the film, Durst – who has never spoken publicly about his life or the crimes of which he’s been accused – expresses his willingness to sit down with Jarecki for an extended interview.
Opened as the Poli's Palace Theatre in 1922. Finished its days screening adult films in 1975. Was used in the 2010 film, All Good Things, starring Ryan Gosling and Kirsten Dunst, but is otherwise extant yet abandoned. Here's why the area declined:
30 Real Love Stories That Inspired Movies #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/movies-about-real-love#slide-26 All Good Things (2010)Andrew Jarecki's romantic crime drama of the unsolved murder of a young wife (Kirsten Dunst) was a fictionalized account based on the disappearance of Robert Durst's wife Kathleen McCormack. The film prompted Durst to reach out to Jarecki for an interview leading to the landmark HBO series The Jinx. We all know how well that turned out for Durst.