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After sending viewers through a traumatic ride in the provocative 1971 film, "Straw Dogs," director Sam Peckinpah settles downs for 1972's "Junior Bonner," which plays unnervingly peaceful, offering a helmer known for his violent cinema a rare shot at emotional excavation with defined characters. Peckinpah's gone soft before, but the change in attitude works especially well here, as "Junior Bonner" offers a story that's open for community spirit and self-inspection, while utilizing colorful Prescott, Arizona locations to support this saga of a rodeo hero facing the twilight of his career. Read the rest at 


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