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Broken Trail [DVD] [2006] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000GFRI4K
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 252,238 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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(2006/COLUMBIA) English, 1.78:1, Color, 184 Min.; Starring Robert Duval and Thomas Haden Church.

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Magnificent Emmy Award Winner bears comparison with the epic Lonesome Dove- it is a good deal tighter than Dove but without losing it's sense of scale and no skimping on the depth of the main characters.
Robert Duvall plays Print Ritter who together with his estranged nephew Tom Harte(Thomas Haden Church)set out to transport 500 mustang to Wyoming.
However on the way they pick up a group of chinese women bound for a life of prostitution in a mining town,a down on her luck whore(Greta Scacchi) and the attentions of a recently released killer who has a score to settle with the whore.
Stunningly shot on incredibly beautiful locations,this is a wonderful piece of work.Duvall and Church are exceptional,Scacchi does well in a slightly underwritten role and Hill's direction is both fluid and delicate with the characters being well served by Alan Geoffrion's subtle and observant screenplay.Naturally the action is handled superbly,terse and violent as befits its landscape, by a master and sequences of the horses are amazing especially when one falls over in shot.
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I watched this film on AMC. This is AMC cable network's first original production starring Robert Duvall and Thomas Haden Church. It is a fictional story that everyone will want to watch. The background for this movie is based on historical fact of the time. I knew I was going to watch this western as soon as I read that Robert Duvall was involved in the project.

This movie takes place during the late 1800s. It starts with two horse wranglers played by Duvall and Church. Duvall's character, Print Ritter, is Church's uncle. They decide too wrangle horses and sell them to the British Empire who needed them for the Boer War. In the movie we follow this magnificent heard of horses as they are driven east across beautiful country. During the drive they run into five Chinese women who were being kidnapped from the West Coast and brought to the interior west to serve as prostitutes. The story of our horse drive and the story of five Chinese women become intertwined.

What makes this western special is we see the personal growth of Print Ritter from lonesome cowboy to father figure. And what makes this western unique is we see the story from the view of the female characters. Though the movie did not end exactly as I expected, it was close, yet seemed more real.

This is a must see movie. The story line, acting, scenery, background are all top notch. It was hard for me to believe that this was not very large big screen production.
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I stumbled upon this two part television western while looking at other modern westerns on Amazon and noticing the low price and positive reviews, i decided to take a chance. Unlike the other reviewers, i had not seen Lonesome Dove and was not familiar with Walter Hill, but i am very glad that i took the chance on this.
The story of Uncle and Nephew travelling across the old west while taking care of five Chinese girls who would be sold into prostitution is exceptionally well told. Other characters that they interact with along the way such as a caring prostitute and a vicious ex-convict out for revenge enrich the story. The two main characters in particular though are tremendous. Robert Duvall and Thomas Haden Church both give great career performances, one as the wise and caring old man and the other as the flawed but ultimately well-meaning individual who will come good in the end.
Other reviewers have commented on the cinematography, and i would have to agree that it looks goregeous. The landsacpes add so much to the mood of film and show what can be achieved when you use a setting like that right.
If like me you had never heard of Broken Trail before, i would stongly reccomend that you give it a try, especially if you can get it at a low price.
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Read several reviews about this film and decided to go for it. Well for the price (purchased bluray version £3.99 Finnish import & yes its in English.No dubbing ) it was great value for money and one of the best western films I have watched.True, gritty and down to earth with some great performances which were not expected.I would easily put this on par with any high profile western films, as it is a good story and the characters grow on you slowly and make you want to know more about them. I is a film that you will watch again and again over the years and enjoy the same each time.
Robert Duvall places it amongst his best performances despite it being little known and I would fully agree.I regard Mr Duvall as very accomplished actor who has never quite been given the true praise he deserves, he immerses himself in every role, makes you believe his character asks the question do you understand what and who I am.
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Robert Duvall said in an interview shortly before the television network premier of "Broken Trail", that this was the last of his western trilogy that started with Lonesome Dove(89) and continued with "Open Range"(03). He might also have considered "Geronimo, An American Legend"(93), where he played army scout Al Sieber, who is from the same mould as the other characters. Having watched the first three, you would be hard pushed to see a difference between the characters. They are the same bow legged, crotchety cowboy with a heart of gold. Even his seemingly unique facial mannerisms are repeated. It is as if Duvall has spent many hours in front of the mirror perfecting his ageing cowboy, and then used it again and again as if in a Buffalo Bill Wild West show. He was even at it again recently in "The Road"(09), where the same character seemed to reappear in that futuristic drama. But it works, and Duvall is a very good actor who can get away with it.

In "Broken Trail" a TV mini series in two parts, he this time plays Print Ritter a cowboy who teams up with his nephew Tom Harte, played surprisingly well by Thomas Haden Church, to drive 500 mustangs from Oregon to Wyoming for sale to the British army in the Boer war. The trail as suggested in the title is not without its problems. The cowboys rescue a wagon load of Chinese girls being sold into prostitution. Something that did happen in the old west, when impoverished Chinese families were willing to sell their children for a pittance to be transported to America. The group are then pursued by a particularly brutal gang, who will stop at nothing to get their quarry.

The series is beautifully shot in Canada, which substitutes seamlessly for Oregon and Wyoming.
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