Gone Are the Days follows the story of notorious outlaw, Taylon Flynn. Aged, ill, and unable to reconcile the man he was to who he has become, Flynn is hell-bent on exiting this life in a blaze of glory. His plans go awry upon the discovery of the sordid life his estranged daughter is forced to live. To save her, he must summon the inner demons he purged long ago, and finds that redemption is a hard road to travel.Written by
The story, Virgil, Jaden, River Man (many other characters and scenes) are based loosely on Dante's Inferno. See more »
At the saloon in Hesperus, when Taylon (lance Henriksen) pours himself a glass of whiskey, he fills it about two thirds full, but when he goes to drink it, the same glass is less than half full. See more »
It's a shame for Lance Henriksen, Tom Berenger, and Danny Trejo, to be trapped in a movie that lacks interest, but here they are in "Gone Are The Days". This film qualifies as a colossal mess that is not only sleep inducing, but randomly puddles around like a doodle bug. Henriksen vacillates between blurred reality and confusing hallucinations, leaving the bewildered viewer bored and disinterested as to what he is seeing. In the end, there is no big payoff because you are trying to put together a puzzle with plenty of missing pieces. For a Western, there is no action, but just a slow agonizing terminal cough for 100 minutes. - MERK
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