PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Western
What ever they were in life, here, at the end, each man stood with courage and honor. They fought for the ones who couldn't fight for themselves, and the died for them, too. All to win something that didn't belong to them. It was - magnificent.
Both the Seven and other male characters are a remarkably liberal group for 1879. The seven represent at least five different ethnic groups, and the only overt sign of bigotry in the film is Faraday's "Oh, good! We have a Mexican." The slur "redskin" was also used only once. The racism Billy Rocks faced was implied in a story. Chisolm gets lots of push-back, but apparently not based on his race. All of this not likely in that era.
Despite being filmed in Panavision, the "Filmed with Panavision Cameras & Lenses" credit was used instead.
English, North American Indian, Spanish
€628,540 (Italy) (25 September 2016)
$93,381,044 (USA) (16 December 2016)
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