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Again Viggo! Ed Harris too, who is always watchable. Ed was very involved in all aspects of creating the movie, it was a labor of love. It’s a western by, of all people, Robert B. Parker, he of Spenser and Jesse Stone fame. The story of two men who share a close friendship. They work as lawmen in the American west. Their is action for western fans and philosophical thought for everyone. When is killing ethical? (or how can it be made to seem so) How much and what is allowable in friendship? How does one go about being a stand-up person without losing the long view? Parker wrote this book as part of a trilogy, which I enjoyed very much. I like literate westerns. (I also like action) The movie was very close to the book, even some of the dialogue was lifted from the book, which is a plus for Parker fans.
posted Jan 29, 2010 at 6:13AM
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