R | | Adventure, Drama, Western
On the outskirts of the U.S. Civil War, a boy is sent north by his bounty hunter gang to retrieve a wanted man.
Director Chris Eska mentioned (at 0:01:05 in the DVD commentary) that the flashes of distant cannon fire in the opening scene are visual effects that in real-life would precede the sound of the cannon fire by several seconds, but when the correct time delay was used the screen looked strange, so the filmmakers made the flash and the sound appear simultaneously to avoid throwing the audience off from the beginning. The flashes were about 3 seconds apart. Since sound travels about 1 mile in 5 seconds, artillery 3 miles away would have a 15 second disconnect between the flash and the sound.
I saw you talkin to tat gal back there. Ever ad a gal o your own?
Nate: Don't. They trouble.
Will: Not all o em.
Nate: Yeaa, all o em
Nate: But they werth it.
At 1:04:30 when Will and Nate are returning, Will wakes up and there is no Nate. Behind him there is a tree with water bottle hanging. When Nate shows up on the tree there is a white bag hanging in the same place.
$1,683 (USA) (21 March 2014)
$50,257 (USA) (28 September 2014)
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