R | | Adventure, Crime, Drama
Ranch hand Pete Perkins looks to fulfill the promise to his recently deceased best friend by burying him in his hometown in Mexico.
The producers tried to sway Tommy Lee Jones from using Mexican pastel colors for the title cards, but he told them he wouldn't budge on his decision.
You gonna be all right?
At 1:51:24, when Pete stands on a hill ovelooking the captive sitting in the bushes, his hat is a wide brim sombrero; it's usually a conventional straw Stetson.
The title of the film and the various title cards are in both English and Spanish.
$23,859 18 December 2005
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