a mountainous review Wednesday, January 04, 2006
From its first moments, it becomes clear that what is spoken aloud is far less important than what goes unsaid ... The Marlboro Man has reawakened as an archetype fully realized, brimming with ambivalence and complexity ... [The fiilm] exudes atmosphere; it could well be considered to be the third lead in the film ... [with a cinematographer] whose Ansel Adams-influenced backgrounds are the best travel brochure Wyoming ever had-- mixed reviews
Preciesly. Exactly. Had I wanted to spew eloquence (and I did), this is what I'd have like to have said. And like my better half said, this will probably change the ways movies are made, so, uh... it'd probably be a good idea to check it out.