All The Pretty Horses

Release Date: 19 December 2005 | Certificate: Suitable for 15 years and over
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Billy Bob Thorntons ALL THE PRETTY HORSES is about John Grady Cole (Matt Damon), a young rancher growing up just after WWII. After his mother sells the family ranch, John convinces his best friend, Lacey Rawlins (Henry Thomas), to accompany him to Mexico, where ranching is still a big part of life. Along the way they meet Jimmy Blevins (Lucas Black), a winningly enthusiastic boy with a volatile nature. Eventually, John and Lacey end up on a huge ranch south of the border, where John falls for the wealthy ranchers daughter (Penelope Cruz). This leads to deadly trouble for the two young men, but John wont be dissuaded from pursuing his new love. Thornton has made a credible modern Western with this film, which gets strong performances from Damon, Cruz, Thomas, and, in a star-making turn, Black as the fiery Blevins. ALL THE PRETTY HORSES is at its best when focusing on the dusty details of the ranchers hard existence. Barry Markowitzs cinematography and Ted Tallys script (based on Cormac McCarthys much-loved novel) capture a sweet and melancholy flavor in depicting a way of life that seemed long since lost even while a hardy few were still living it.

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Release Date: 19 December 2005
Certificate: 15 - Suitable for Persons Aged 15 or Over

Region 2
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 Wide Screen\16:9 Anamorphic Wide Screen
Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1
Running Time: 112 minutes
Production Year: 2000
Main Language: English
Subtitles: Arabic\Bulgarian\Croatian\Czech\Danish\Dutch\English\Finnish\French\Greek\Hebrew\Hungarian\Icelandic\Italian\Norwegian\Polish\Portuguese\Romanian\Spanish\Swedish\Turkish
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Catalogue No: C8240492