PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Western
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Red Harvest, being a Comanche would not be in the Northern California setting of the film at/around the time of its setting (1879) . By this time warfare and disease had reduced the Comanche people to slightly less than 3,000 individuals in their stronghold of West Texas, with a few hundred living with other tribes in Northern Mexico. As a people they were very nearly extinct. Additionally, the Comanche were both warlike and xenophobic which made it difficult for them to deal with other Native tribes. Red Harvest would be unlikely to be so far from or very welcome if he were.
As the end credits and background images scroll up, occasional bullet holes appear on screen as if there were a scrolling sheet of glass in front of the images.
English, North American Indian, Spanish
€628,540 (Italy) (25 September 2016)
$93,381,044 (USA) (16 December 2016)
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