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Strong ongoing praise for a film that holds up well.
Elmore Leonard meets Arizona and racism. Terse, strong Martin Ritt helmed exploration into human frailty. Richard Boone sings rich as always.Caustic, thoughtful, dark, and vital. It still involves.A film that never falters in its ability to grab you.
The Tall T (1957)
A poetic appraisal of this tense Western gem.
Tense Elmore Leonard story hymned into radiant film experience by the two stepping Boetticher and Kennedy. A false leisurely beginning turns into a taut ride to the end. I knew I was in the hands of masters when Randolph Scott asked Henry Silva what happened to the boy. This one is a smile whenever I watch it.
Zire darakhatan zeyton (1994)
Graceful heartfelt thanks for the empathy.
Found this film to easily engage my heart without burdening my head with too much technique. Funny, sad, the two sides of the ever encompassing cinema coin. An seemingly effortless exploration of the relationships of men and women, tradition and experience, the old and the somewhat new. And what a beautiful rhythmic last sequence, one of the best of all my moviegoing history.