Much of the footage was shot in Magna, Utah. See more »
When Scott Briggs meets with the sheriff off the side of the road, the sheriff's vehicle shows a Texas license plate in the rear. However, in the exterior shot before he meets with the gang members, a Utah license plate can be seen in the front of the car. See more »
I missed you dad. And I'd like to know you better. I guess both of our hearts are closed. Maybe that's the problem.
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This film tells the story of a Texas ranger who opens up a case of a teenage boy who went missing fifteen years ago. This opens up the wounds in a ranch, where the head of the family disowns his gay son.
I did not quite expect "Wild Horses" to be so emotional and touching. On the surface it is about the disappearance of Jimmy Davis, but the other subplot of Mr Briggs and the relationship with his children steals the site. It is almost inconceivable that he would treat two of his children in such a manner. The story also seeks redemption and forgiveness, which makes it even more powerful. It's an unexpected surprise, especially because it's not getting much love from the internet users. I wish more people would appreciate how beautiful this film is.
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