The Deadly Companions
Ex-army officer accidentally kills a woman's son, tries to make up for it by escorting the funeral procession through dangerous Indian territory.
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John A (it) wrote: This could be my favorite of Bujalski's three features, as his skilled use of nonprofessional actors allows us a window into the lives of real people struggling with who they're going to be and where they're going to go. Bujalski treats all of his characters like human beings, imbuing them with qualities both irritating and endearing. And as the film ends in his typically abrupt style, it leaves us with the sense of the depth, the comfort, and the pain all wrapped up in the family bond.
Jessica H (it) wrote: The first film was everything this film tries to be and more.
Scott M (au) wrote: Clint and Shirley have good chemistry. Really enjoyed this until the ending. I don't think they had a good ending and just slapped one on.
Thomas B (au) wrote: Despite Sam peckinpah directing and a fairly decent cast, the movie is boring
Ekene O (us) wrote: Grade: B. I liked it. 'Twas pretty funny.
Mark W (es) wrote: Being a resident of Broken Hill the characters portrayed in the movie are found throughout the community. And the use of one of best loved and respected community members as one of Rex's passengers at the beginnning was great. I believe the manner the movie treated the issue of euthenasia respected the varied views on the sensitive issue.