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I was able to see this movie last night at the Plaza Theatre Classic Film Festival held in El Paso, Texas. Apparently, many people involved in this film have made El Paso home and the star, Sam Elliott has El Paso ties as well. So we (everyone in attendance last night) were privileged to see it's American debut and I have to say for a movie that didn't start till almost 11:30 pm and ran into the wee hours of the night all 1,400 people stayed. That should say something about it in and of itself.
It takes awhile to get ahold of what's going on but once you "buy into" the story line it takes you on a crazy journey and in the end that's what good movies are about. You won't be disappointed! And to answer the question, "What's in the box?" the writer was also present last night and he said, .... Nevermind, I don't want to ruin it for you.
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