Der hat jedoch bald die Nase voll und bricht kurzerhand wieder aus — doch draußen warten bereits die ausgenommenen Killer, ein liebeskranker Deputy sowie Ruths beschützerischer Ziehvater. The film debuted at the , where it won the Cinematography Award in the U. We can't make it, Ruth. How do you go and do a like this? Patrick runs out to investigate and finds the third bounty hunter in a shootout with Skerrit. A lot of this could be due to its slow pace. So, what do you want to do, Ruth? What I want to do is take you back to our house.
The final stateside film festival screenings of the film took place on June 30, 2013, at the and the on July 14, 2013. It is a character study, a study in melancholy told in real, human terms and not in movie terms. Scenes aren't inflected, and when the end comes, it registers, but without much impact. Bob returns to the original shootout location and encounters the bounty hunters. Beautifully shot, and tremendous acting performances by the four leads Mara, Affleck, Carradine, and Foster.
The script for the film was being circulated amongst various talent agencies and Lowery was being contacted by Actors and Actresses wanting to audition for the role, two of those actors being and. To make such a simple narrative work takes good writing, performances and direction. Bob Muldoon Casey Affleck and Ruth Guthrie Rooney Mara , an impassioned young outlaw couple on an extended crime spree, are finally apprehended by lawmen after a shootout in the Texas hills. We are left to wonder, and director Lowery should have given us more information in this instance. Meanwhile, Patrick is making moves on Ruth, oblivious to her guilt. Perhaps the film veers too closely at times toward stylish vagueness and too far from the broken heart of the story. Character introspection and lengthy shots of the landscape definitely took priority over plot development.
We did what we did, and that is who we are. The final festival showing for the film happened on November 12, 2013, at the. I took you kids in. When the child is nearly four, Bob escapes from jail and goes looking to reconnect with his family. I your hair getting longer.
Overall, a missed opportunity for making a memorable movie. Ruth is adamant and reveals that she is angry because Bob told Freddy that he was going to 'strike out on his own'. Meanwhile, three bounty hunters, led by an individual called Bear visit Skerrit's hardware store and make general inquiries about the town. They shoot at him, and he kills one during a struggle, but he is also seriously wounded. I don't want to go to jail. Lastly, Nate Parker does an amazing job in a supporting role we need to see more of him on the big screen. His earlier roles include with and , with Charlie Sheen, Kristy Swanson, and Henry Rollins, and with , , and Rob Lowe.
Patrick visits Sweetie's establishment, asking if he has seen Bob. The police, including Patrick Wheeler, pursues them. The effect is of something exquisitely handmade. Lots of long lingering visuals of country places and lots of deeply-felt brooding by the main characters. Ruth follows Patrick into the house and stops Patrick from approaching Bob. And I I'm have a baby.
Sylvie wakes up to find her mother sleeping on the sofa in Patrick's arms. Hart laid the foundation for the sound of the film when scoring the montage in which Bob goes to prison and Ruth gives birth to their baby. Bob and Ruth surrender their weapons. The music and photography are great though I think there is an over abundance of mid and close shots in a film that screams out for long deep focus photography. In supporting roles there's Nate Parker as a friend of Affleck; Ben Foster's sympathetic police officer and Keith Carradine soaring as a town elder and father figure to Rooney and Affleck.
He makes it to Texas and obtains help from his friend Sweetie. Lowery encouraged a collaborative effort in regard to how his actors interpreted the script and the behavior of their characters, as long as it stayed true to their elements. Heath also wrote some the original songs for the score. The string sections, brass, and drum kit were recorded at songwriter Curtis Heath's home studio. The cast and acting are very good. Valentine Dudley Henry Cary-Elwes 8.
Will tries to tell Bob that he should be taken to a hospital but Bob refuses, insisting to be taken to Ruth's house. The film then started gaining traction on the international film festival stage, having a screening at the on July 3, 2013. It then screened at the on 6 September 2013. The local detective questions Ruth as to Bob's whereabouts, and Ruth tells him that Bob has not come to visit her. Because if you do, I'll just follow you. Speaking on the casting of Mara and Affleck, Lowery cited their quality of being 'timeless in their own way' as the main reason he cast them. The actors had no traditional rehearsal times, but instead worked using an outline of the script as they filmed.