Custody of a white horse is one of several bones of contention between Bulgarian locals and visiting German laborers in Valeska Grisebach's "Western," a dispute that takes on the most classic…
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Though it doesn't pack the emotional punch of Clint Eastwood's original, Lee Sang-il's "Unforgiven" remake is stunningly shot and never less than entertaining.
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