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Aaron Jones over 2 years ago
Faux- (Femme-?) Western that vividly captures the misery of the Oregon Trail.
Austin almost 4 years ago
This is an unbelievably beautiful movie, with fantastic performances.
Griffin Maurer almost 6 years ago
It's an uneventful trek through barren lands. A good period piece, lacking in interest.
James over 4 years ago
Jeremy almost 6 years ago
Andrea Ralston over 7 years ago
Bjarke Kongstad almost 8 years ago
Meek's Cutoff is a 2010 western film directed by Kelly Reichardt. The film was shown in competition at the 67th Venice International Film Festival. The story is based on a historical incident on the Oregon Trail in 1845, in which frontier guide Stephen Meek led a wagon train on an ill-fated journey through the Oregon desert to find the route known as the Meek Cutoff. In 1845, a small band of settlers traveling across the Oregon High Desert suspect their guide, Stephen Meek, may not actually know where he is going. What was supposed to be a two-week journey has stretched into five. With no end in sight, tensions rise as water becomes increasingly scarce and supplies run low. The wives look on as the husbands discuss what to do, unable to participate in the decision making. The dynamics of power begins to shift when they capture a lone Indian and hold him captive so he may lead them to water. Questions plague the settlers as they press on with dwindling resources: Should they trust Meek...
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