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The film was watchable. I love horses. But Armand Assante stumbled through his lines. Most of them completely mumbled. I actually went online to see if he had a stroke (like Kirk Douglas) because of his horrible lack of articulation. (Assante did NOT have a stroke...so there is no excuse for his poor performance).
The film itself was a good family film, with a predictable story, but the distraction of Assante's poor delivery make the film far less enjoyable.
The horses were amazing. Have ridden a paso fino in the past I was able to relate to the great training.
If you love horses and/or the paso fino style, you will enjoy the film. Just ignore Assante's horrible acting.
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