Kelly Reichardt joins the western revival for the first time. On her journey to the Wild West, a series of difficult situations will put to the test the coexistence and even the life of a caravan formed by three families and guided by the explorer Stephen Meek. “One of the film’s many virtues is its fidelity to 1845 – very well outlined in the details – which, through carefully articulated metaphors, invites the viewer to bring the proposal to the present day” (Peggy Ahwesh).

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Year: 2010
Runtime: 104′
Country: USA
Direction: Kelly Reichardt
Screenplay: Jonathan Raymond
Cast: Michelle Williams, Bruce Greenwood, Rod Rondeaux
Cinematography: Christopher Blauvelt
Genre: Western
Contact: Independent Film Company

Wins & Nominations

2010: Venice Film Festival – SIGNIS Award, Official Selection
2010: Gijón Film Festival – Best direction, FIPRESCI Award
2010: Independent Spirit Awards – Production Award