Yup, for some reason Lost River just makes more sense when it says Un Film De Ryan Gosling.
I don't really know why, maybe there's more tolerance for art cinema in a foreign language or it might even smack of something that a pretentious first time director would do to make his film seem more interesting. Not that I'm saying Gosling is pretentious, the fact that the film went down badly during its Cannes debut can even be taken as a compliment - often festival opinions are the direct opposite of what real-life audiences enjoy about a film.
Gosling's debut stars Christina Hendricks as a single mother trying to get by in the titular town Iain De Caestecker plays her son (despite being only 12 years her junior) and he wanders around in a decaying fairyland which was shot in Detroit where there may or may not be a magical village under the river. Eva Mendes, Saoirse Ronan and Matt Smith also star.
Lost River is in cinemas in April 2015.