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A moving story of a woman's life filled with loss. Sienna Miller wins my respect as one of the finest actors of this generation. Uneven, at times, but worthy of your time.
Under-appreciated drama of a military defense attorney (Kirk Douglas) trying to save four men from the death penalty for a rape they committed.
He faces a moral and ethical dilemma when he learns of her prior promiscuous behavior. Knowing that the town will turn against her if he reveals she's perjured herself he tries to convince the victim's obstinate father from having her return to the stand, which would save the rapists from the death sentence.
Douglas and Christine Kaufmann (the victim) are super as are direction & cinematography (although, the print aired on TCM is substandard). The score by Dimitri Tiomkin has excellent moments, but at times feels too ostentatious. Script was mostly adapted from a book by an un-credited Dalton Trumbo.
Here's something not often talked about regarding The Shining: it contains one of the best soundtracks in movie history.
Imagine walking into Quentin Tarantino's office and looking through his movie and TV posters, books, and notepads filled with doodles and ideas. Imagine now that all of those things were thrown into a movie-making blender. That's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. If you love movies. And appreciate non-traditional Hollywood storytelling than you'll love Tarentino's latest.
The story has lots of frayed portions, but this picture still holds together. Most intriguing are the performances from the three leads, Robert Ryan, Anita Ekberg and Rod Steiger.