8 September 2018 | jeffeamon
Classic western flare with modern tones!
If you are a fan of classic westerns then you will love this film! However, it also does not shy away from subject matter in the current world which deals with racism and strong female characters. The locations and cinematography in this film are outstanding. The acting by the lead is reminiscent to the growling Eastwood of old and the director brought out one of Bruce Davison's best performances. Forgot that Meg Foster was still alive and she is well served as an aging bar owner in this! Being a big fan of westerns, my only critique would be that some of the continuity between a few things could have been better but that is me being a die hard movie nut.
Reading some of the other reviews it is interesting to me...people should leave reviews that ACTUALLY talk about the film. But people these days right?
Give this film a watch and check out a few other modern day indie western gems such as "Outlaws And Angels" and "The Ballad Of Lefty Brown."