A movie I had long wanted to watch. At last, I managed to get it and I must say it is the most impressive drama I ever saw set completely in the wilderness. Filmed in Redford-beloved Utah but intended to portray a story taking place in Montana and Wyoming, the scenery is simply mesmerizing in its cold but heartwarming beauty: the ragged mountains, the desertic badlands, the snow-laden forests and mountain streams (not the annoying Hollywood artificial snow whose crystals bever melt even indoors!): everything contributes in making of tgis movie a deeply engaging experience of a spiritual communion with nature. And the relationships between Native Americsns (Crows, Blackfeet) -also genuine- and the "spirits" inhabiting this grand environment is well conveyed to the observer.
I deeply loved that movie, and I add it to a recent string of superb movies the likes of which I hadn't watched since a long time, such as 'Enough Said' and 'Hideous Kinky'.