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John Wayne Montgomery Clift Joanne Dru
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Outside Japan :Released:1948/09/30
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2012/05/01 Best(+3 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 墨汁一滴 (Skip) Provider: 34156 Host:34053 Browser: 2413(Mobile)
Personally, it is a work which surely enters five fingers among the works of many western play which have been watching until now.
The movie is two and a half hours long, and the majority of it draws a journey of sufferation accompanying cattle endlessly, it is truly pathetic.
But the place where the scene which seemingly useless seemingly seemingly useless seems to be living in the second half as a hint is the true bone of this work.
At the beginning John Wayne plays Danson lives apart from her lover, in the meantime he met a boy named Matthew and adopted him. From this moment Matthew was not afraid of having felt like eating people.
And, as the days passed, the management of the ranch became painful, and Danson made a massive journey to carry 10,000 heads to Missouri.
The powerful image of the cow 's large army is just being overwhelmed, and in the midst of 100 hard days of suffering, Danson is doing a way to put together allies while being a momentary force, and that with Matthew in the middle stage It causes a collision.
Eventually, Matthew will withdraw his cow troops and fellow cow troops from Danson.
After arriving at the target Missouri, Matthew sells cattle safely and gains a lot of money and fulfills the purpose. And climax Danson and Matthew 's fist fight come true. A serious fight between a man and a man, a word to talk with a fist is a scene that gets hot enough to fit it exactly, and then a woman who has entered arbitration afterwards (I did not mention it much, but from Matthew 's help, It became a relationship of love each other, and after having broken up with Matthew, I came to Missouri, making contact with Danson) and I was smitten all the time and I was smiling with a smile. A man is weak for a strong-hearted woman no matter when.
And it was a very pleasant last feeling that the two who were fighting with each other's momentum to kill until a while agreed to laugh each other like a lie.
Because the depth of the parent-child ties is also the same, especially with the two people of Danson and Matthew in the story mainly to convey the message of the change of the old generation and the new generation, more than anything, I can not readily see the work I painted positively.
What underlies this work is a beautiful elegance with both meanings that it praises and praises that new things will come forward while nostalgic about old things.
Although I did not distort the boredom of the early stage, it was used to the last comfortable last, so evaluations should be "best!" Without complaint.
Even if you feel it is boring in the middle and you can throw out the viewing, please do try listening again after years have passed.
Here is the work that pursued deeply about the way it is for older new ones.