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Homesman, The(2014)

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  • That's Not Entertainment.

    • denscul
    • 5/10/15

    Could not sit through first few minutes. Despite spectacular camera work, and the plains of Nebraska do have its special kind of natural uniqueness, having lived in the "short grass country" thanks to my military service. its not farming country, except for a patch along the Platte river. So its all make believe, in the worst sense of film making. Unattached nineteenth century women may have been pioneers, but they lived in small towns, and usually made a living doing those tasks that females do best. Giving comfort to men for a price, as well as washing, ironing and nursing. The 19th century was not the 21 st century. Making a living as a farmer in short grass country was hard for men, men with other men helping along with children. Starting the film with solitary women living in comfort for the time. A well with water in those times was equivalent to a BMW in the drive. Who built the house and barn. Well, it was a film crew, obviously not a farmer. If the screen writer was as good as the film carpenters, perhaps the film would have been more believable. Unfortunately, apparently only those in house film buffs at the elite showings liked the film.

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