What's that? You've been waiting for Ryan Gosling to return to one of those weird, quirky characters he does so well, so rarely?

Well, the wait is over!

'All Good Things,' which opens in limited release on Dec. 3, is a murder mystery and love story based on a true missing persons case from the '80s. It also stars Kirsten Dunst.

This newly released clip, available exclusively on Moviefone, has Gosling telling a curmudgeonly Frank Langella ('Frost/Nixon') about how he met a girl with a leaky faucet on 53rd St. in New York.

"She's never gonna be one of us," Langella warns him.

"Oh, I know," Gosling replies. "Isn't that great?"

All Good Things
R 2010
Based on 27 critics

The wife (Kirsten Dunst) of a New York real estate scion (Ryan Gosling) suddenly goes missing. Read More