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Río rojo

Red River

Dirigida por Howard Hawks, Arthur Rosson
Estados Unidos, 1948


Tras la Guerra de Secesión, el ranchero Tom Dunson y su hijo adoptivo Matthew, tras sobrevivir a una matanza llevada a cabo por los indios, planean trasladar diez mil animales desde Texas hasta Missouri. Nadie hasta entonces había intentado una operación así.

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Río rojo Dirigida por Howard Hawks, Arthur Rosson


Academy Awards

1949 | 2 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Film Editing

Directors Guild of America

1949 | Nominado: Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures

Writers Guild of America

1949 | Nominado: Best Written American Western (Screen)

National Film Preservation Board

1990 | Ganador: National Film Registry

Red River may have the most widely disliked ending of any major canonical film… Do I agree? I do not. I love it. Where others see a crude deus ex dame, I see a woman restoring order. After all, Dunson should have taken a woman’s advice from the beginning.
June 05, 2015
…Red River’s chuckwagon full of cowhand archetypes, magisterial wilderness, and Oedipal conflict is studded with modern inflection and attitude: Clift’s bashful ironic-erotic shadings; Wayne’s notably self-aware take on a figure who is part Lear, part Odysseus, part purebred mule-stubborn Texas sonovabitch; Joanne Dru’s no-bullshit interlocutor/love-interest who establishes her Hawksian bona fides by taking an arrow in the shoulder as nonchalantly as one of the boys.
July 18, 2014
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The psychology behind the rebellion is expertly built and realized by Hawks, posing the physicality of the landscape and nature of the enterprise as further elements in a combustible assemblage of vocation and virility.
June 06, 2014
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