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Film Review - The Salvation


“The Salvation” doesn’t mess around. Leave it to the Danes to make the best western in recent memory, utilizing gorgeous South African locations to make a most American story of revenge and tragedy. Director Kristian Levring (“The King is Alive”) takes extreme care of genre traditions, refusing distractions and superfluous dramatics to charge ahead as a steely saga of leathery men out to prove their dominance. While gracefully made, it’s raw, unflinching work, with simplicity that harkens back the genre’s prime years of darkness. If you enjoy your meat rare, booze gulped out of a dirty boot, and tingle at the sound of jangling spurs, “The Salvation” is the movie for you. Read the rest at


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