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The great actring by the leads can't overcome the $11.49 budget & cliches
I really wanted to like this movie.
Henriksen & Berenger give very good, solid performances. However, aside from a very brief appearance by Danny Trejo, most of the other actors seem to be on loan from the Eldorado school of bad acting.
The story is a good old fashioned, slow burning western. But the supporting characters, more so than the leads, just seemed so clichéd (it might have been the bad acting, but I think even good actors wouldn't have helped their roles.)
None of the scenes 'in town' or on the train near the end - just nothing seemed authentic.
It's a shame because I suspect with more competent direction, a better supporting cast and cinematographer, this actually could have been a great film and character study.
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