One of the best films set in Boston leaves Netflix next month. Clint Eastwood’s acclaimed drama the mystical river will be leaving the streaming platform on January 31. The 2003 film is one of Eastwood’s best films of the 21st century and won two of the six Oscars for which it was nominated.

the mystical river is based on the novel by Dennis Lehane and was adapted by LA Confidential writer Brian Helgeland. It stars Sean Penn, Tim Robbins, and Kevin Bacon as three Irish-American men who were friends growing up, but have since moved away from each other. Jimmy (Penn) is an ex-convict running a convenience store, Sean (Bacon) is a Massachusetts State Police Detective, and Dave (Robbins) is a still haunted man 30 years after being sexually assaulted and kidnapped. Their lives are tied again when Jimmy’s daughter is murdered and Dave comes home bloodied. Sean investigates the murder, while Jimmy conducts his own investigation.

The all-star cast also includes Laurence Fushburne, Marcia Gay Harden and Laura Linney. Eli Wallach also has an uncredited cameo. Mystic River was an instant hit for Eastwood, who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Director. The film was also nominated for Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actress for Harden. Penn and Robbins became the first Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor duo to win both Oscars since. Ben hur in 1959. (The only other film to achieve this was Dallas buys club, which saw both Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto win at the 2013 Oscars.) the mystical river was also a big box office hit, grossing $ 156.8 million worldwide.

Although the mystical river is leaving Netflix, it is also available to stream on HBO Max. You can also rent it from most online movie retailers. Warner Bros. has also released the film on Blu-ray and DVD, for those who would like to have it in their personal libraries.

There aren’t many other Eastwood movies on Netflix. In the line of fire and Space cowboys are still available on the platform. However, many of his other films are available on HBO Max, including his two Oscar winners for Best Picture, unforgiven and Million dollar baby. Gran Torino, J. Edgar, Changeling, Jersey Boys, and 3:17 p.m. in Paris are also available. Eastwood, now 91, headed to crying macho earlier this year. By the time you finish reading this, he might have made another movie.