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At a Mexican ranch, fugitive O'Malley and pursuing sheriff Stribling agree to help rancher Breckenridge drive his herd into Texas where Stribling could legally arrest O'Malley but Breckenridge's wife complicates things.
In 1909, when young Paiute Indian Willie Boy returns to his California reservation to be with Lola, whose father disapproves of him, a killing in self defense takes place, triggering a massive man hunt for Willie.
A recently orphaned young Kurdish-French woman travels to Iraqi Kurdistan to find her mother's village, likely destroyed during the Anfal genocide. On her journey she meets two American ... See full summary »
When they start losing family members and neighbors due to WWII and the Nazi government's policies, a quiet married couple becomes disillusioned and begins spreading leaflets against the government - a crime punishable by death.
In order to free his best friend Bondi, Jack Burns lets himself be imprisoned only to find out that Bondi does not want to escape. Thus Burns breaks out on his own and is afterwards being chased by sheriff Johnson with helicopters and jeeps. Written by
Alex Cox praised this film in a 2012 NY Times essay with the statement that "there is no greater western and certainly no greater tragic one". See more »
At the 1:33 mark, whilst Burns is resting with his horse, Whisky, under a tree, you can see a thin black line attached to the horse's bit, coming in from the left. It appears that it is being pulled on by a crew member to keep Whisky's head up from where she is grazing. See more »
[to his horse, as he watches jets leave contrails across the sky]
Time we took off, too.
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This is a wonderful movie that never fails to impress me whenever I view it. I'm amazed that it is not out on DVD yet.
As many have stated, Kirk felt that this was his favorite movie and I quite agree. As the existential drifter searching for something that has long passed him by, Kirk delivers a stunning performance. I felt that the character development in this film was outstanding. Each individual plays an important role in delivering the theme of the story.
I was amazed that no one wrote about the bar fight scene where Burns battles a bitter one-armed local. There is something disturbing about this encounter...the one-armed man's bitterness and Burns' attempt to avoid the confrontation. Handled in black and white, this scene is memorable.
This film easily makes my top ten list.
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