Approved | | Drama, Family
A young Mexican boy tirelessly tries to save his pet bull from death at the hands of a celebrated matador.
After "The Brave One' won the Oscar for Best Screenplay, independent producer Edward Nassour sued its producers the King Brothers over plagiarism. It seems the script for "The Brave One' bore an uncanny resemblance to that for "Ring Around Saturn," a stop-motion animation feature Nassour had been working on with a script written by Paul Rader. The rights were originally owned by Jesse L. Lasky, who had wanted to produce it as "Valley of the Mist." The King Brothers settled the dispute by paying out to Nassour the sum of $750,000 in an out-of-court settlement. It turned out that blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo had written the script for "The Brave One" using the pseudonym of Robert Rich.
Why are you afraid of their paper? Why do you cringe before them like a dog?
When the matador is fighting Gitano, the bull is not seen at first with a red ribbon stuck to his back. Then he has one, then he does not, then he has, and then again, has not.