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Wind River Review

 

Last night I was able to attend a showing of Wind River at the Debussy Theatre, where part of the cast, Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, and Julia Jones, and the director, Taylor Sheridan, aslo arrived. It was a stunning picture and the performances by Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner were impressive. The film is set in an isolated snowy town in Wyoming and it follows a hunter, Corey Lambert (Renner), who helps a rookie FBI agent, Jane Banner (Olsen), after Lambert uncovers the body of a young lady on a Native American reservation. The film launches in to a riveting story as they piece together the events leading up to her death and while Lambert deals with tragic past circumstances.

After writing screenplays like "Hell or High Water" and "Sicario", this is one of Taylor Sheridan's first films in the director's seat, with a screenplay that he wrote, which was smartly executed with a brillaint demonstration of pace and depth. The look of the film was striking just as it's story and it's a story that I'll think about for a long time. 

 

- Manette Asta

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