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the shooting

Monte Hellman | 1966 | O.V. English | S.T. French | United States | 82min | color

Synopsis :

35 MM PRIN !

« Deux des plus authentiques et brillants westerns jamais réalisés ... » Quentin Tarantino (sur The Shooting et Ride in the Whirlwind)

A woman (the marvellous Millie Perkins) hires two cowboys to track down a murderer. A dangerous gunslinger (Jack Nicholson) joins them. From there, the plot unfolds in a startling series of twists and turns. Produced by Nicholson and Hellman for Roger Corman, The Shooting is one of the great counterculture Westerns. A cross between a psychological thriller and an existentialist road movie, it is a major, must-see work of modern American filmmaking. With the always fabulous Warren Oates (Two Lane Blacktop, The Wild Bunch, etc.), a favourite of Sam Peckinpah. — Julien Fonfrède