Time to Die (Tiempo de morir) (1966)
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"Time to Die" turns the showdown narrative of so many oaters into an actively intelligent, darkly funny and no less suspenseful rumination on the pull of the horizon versus the ill wind at the back.
[Gabriel García] Márquez and Fuentes treat the hero's atonement and friendships with great feeling, but there's a dark side to the film's poignancy, because the man's every encounter may be his last.
On the whole, sharp dramatization and direct performances suffice to put the story's themes across more urgently than expected.
It's a swift slow burn of a film, the story of a man who once got pushed too far with terrible results now getting pushed too far again, with results that are, as the title suggests, sure to be worse.
The cover makes it look like a telenovela . . . but this film by legendary Mexican director Arturo Ripstein has more in common with classic, tense psychological Westerns like High Noon and the original 3:10 to Yuma.
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