The film, about ageing and mortality, racism and redemption, is one of Eastwood’s finest. What gives the film its formidable strength is the way Eastwood shows his character Walt struggling with his prejudices and coming to terms with a changing world. He gives us a morbid take on righting wrongs in a world that lends no help to those who are victimized. Despite his crouchiness and isolation from family and the world, you still feel for this old guy in the end.
|9/10||karen_lett@ - 361 reviews|
22.7.2010 - age: 36-49
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