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Forget the fact that this film is supposedly based upon historical fact. Several people who know what happened in Louisiana at the time have set straight the fact that nothing in the movie resembles what actually happened.
And, no, it's not High Plains Drifter either, even if they try to make comparisons.
Let's just view this a a good revenge flick that happens to be a cross between a western and a plantation flick.
Now, I have to admit I really like George Kennedy, and would give a film with him in it a higher rating than it probably deserves. I also like Armand Assante, but not as much. I certainly couldn't wait for him to get some justice, along with Billy Duke (James Patrick Stuart).
I'm not familiar with Eric Braeden, the star of this movie. He is, after all, a soap star. He did OK, but I sure would have liked more passion.
Sean Young was certainly a wife that no one would desire. Certainly, no one but maybe Amos (Assante) will miss her.
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