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    Oh, and I finally saw it. It was OK.

    I dont get OL's complaint about it at all. If I hadnt read the book I would probably have liked it more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wes Mantooth View Post
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    It's just something that I really have a tough time watching. Same in Leaving Las Vegas. I never said to not see the movie because of it.
    Yeah when you said it was one of the hardest scene to watch I was thinking along the line of 'Irreversible' or 'Last tango...'. Those for me were hard to watch, Wind River really paled in comparison.
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    Wind River



    Pretty good. If there is 1 criticism it's that it was probably a bit too short. Should have made it about 20min. longer. BTW the scene Wes mentioned near the end wasn't actually all that bad - don't avoid it just because of it.



    Interesting tidbit, it was filmed in Utah.
    Thinking about this a bit more. The story in this movie really was a beautiful metaphor for how the American Indians are treated in this country. The way that Indian girl was made to run through that icy/snowy field mirrored the way the indigenous people not just in the States but all around the world are 'pushed aside' at times to the margins and are forgotten.


    It really made me think a lot about those things and some of the images did stick with me. It's a real pity it was a 30 minutes too short, many of the themes could have been explored a lot more. It really had a great set up and is still worth a watch irregardless.
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