The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Beautifully filmed and totally absorbing mystery about family secrets.
Both compulsive and entertaining, striking a perfect balance between drama and thriller and serving up a story that's instantly worth following.
A cleverly structured, smartly written film that holds your attention to the end and delivers a powerful emotional kick
The tale of a prodigal son, misunderstanding and tragedy, this Den is well worth exploring.
Powerfully involving, even if it's also rather heavy-going and sneaky.
Could have been better. A brisker pace & a well thought/executed ending would have been of great help.
for sexual content, language, some violence and drug use.
I found this movie very emotional and sensitive.The performances from the entire cast were amazing, the lead characters, all unknown for me, Emily Barclay (as Celia) and Mathew MacFadyen (as Paul Prior) I found the scenes tbetween them was so pleasant to watch. The remarkable of this movie was the creation of the characters which was totally believable of real live. Strange ending although. Very good. Love it.
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