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But it all changed one day when the gang crossed the river into Texas to rob & kill. Blue kills one of his "brothers" who was trying to rape a young woman and only regrets that his "father" and "brothers" may try to kill or exile him for it. He really has no concern for the woman or anyone else. When he is wounded, though, she does not forget and gives him shelter and care.
Throughout the rest of the movie Blue is pulled between the old life he enjoyed and the chance to start again with people who are willing to accept him without question. Whether he can survive and tolerate the good side is the question he must answer. The ending is a good one.
The movie is one that will stick with you as the good vs. bad conflict intensifies both within and without Blue, but the violence and rapes would not be appropriate for children. If anything, the bad tends to be very intense and developed, while the good is pretty everyday hum-drum and low-key.
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My interest in seeing the Western BLUE was due to it being photographed in Southern, Utah. The scenery is stunning and well used. Read morePublished on January 4, 2014 by E. Hunter Hale
Just not that fond of the movie. The acting wasn't very good IMO. The quality was ok and the story was interesting though.Published on September 6, 2013 by Christy Kendall
Terence Stamp has so little dialogue in this movie that his talent has been very underused. Here is one of the most talented actors of our time not being allowed to act. Read morePublished on October 16, 2009 by Sara B.