A Montana bounty hunter is sent into the wilderness to track three escaped prisoners. Instead he sees something that puzzles him. Later with a female Native Indian history professor, he ... See full summary »
"One Man's Hero" tells the little-known story of the "St. Patrick's Battalion" or "San Patricios," a group of mostly Irish and other immigrants of the Catholic faith who deserted to Mexico ... See full summary »
Joaquim de Almeida,
Rembrandt Macy (Tom Berenger) is a maverick cop assigned to a case where the primary evidence is a woman's hand found in a pond. Investigators identify the dead, and Macy is lead into a ... See full summary »
An operative for the CIA (Brown) is captured and interrogated by Korean officials; his bosses, in order to protect national security, decide to bring an old operative (Berenger) out of ... See full summary »
A former policeman-turned college professor of forensics, is asked by a widow to solve the murder of her unfaithful husband and the disappearance of his mistress who may have been linked to some drug dealers.
A Montana bounty hunter is sent into the wilderness to track three escaped prisoners. Instead he sees something that puzzles him. Later with a female Native Indian history professor, he returns to find some answers. Written by
The last official film distributed and co-produced by Savoy Pictures, who went into bankruptcy soon after and had sold off all films that had been delayed or had not been released theatrically. See more »
In the scene where all the Cheyenne are gathered in the lodge, and Lillian is answering their questions about airplanes and how the modern Cheyenne are living, Spotted Elk and Yellow Wolf are both wearing ceremonial feathered war bonnets. They would not have worn such headdresses on such an informal, non-ceremonial, non-war occasion. See more »
I have rarely seen a movie where certain scenes run chills down my spine.
One scene in particular is the one where Lillian, and Lewis, first encounter the Native Americans. They were so dynamically beautiful, as well an intimidating in their native costumes, and paint, and their horses were painted, and decorated to the hilt. This scene didn't only send chills up my spine, but much to the credit of Tab Murphy, it brought tears to my eyes, as also did other scenes in the movie.
Yellow Wolf, who was played by Steve Reevis, was I think aware of the changing world beyond his own, and up until now the only way he could prevent the outside world from infiltrating his own was to do away with its representatives, Which meant of course killing them. Modern technology was advancing, and it was inevitable that they would be discovered in time, unless someone they could trust from the outside world could help them. As the story ended, I hoped that Lillian, and Lewis, would be the trusted folks from that outside world who would be able to help keep their existence hidden.
A beautiful story with a beautiful cast. See it if you can. you won't be disappointed.
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