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The Unforgiven

4 Ratings: 4.5
1960 film directed by John Huston

Audrey Hepburn's only western.

Director: John Huston
Genre: Western, Drama, Romance
Release Date: April 6, 1960
MPAA Rating: Unrated
1 review about The Unforgiven

This movie explores prejudice, love, and hatred

  • Dec 5, 2010
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This 1960 movie is worthwhile seeing because Burt Lancaster is in it. A woman is raising four now mature children, three men and a girl (Audrey Hepburn). Lancaster is one of her sons. A crazed stranger wearing a rebel uniform and saber appears, or reappears, claiming that the daughter is actually adopted and is really an Indian. He knows all about Lancaster's family. The stranger riles up the Indians to come and reclaim her. Lancaster refuses to give her to the Indians. The Indians kill the son of Lancaster's partner who blames Lancaster's family for starting the war with the Indians because they did not give up the Indian girl. Lancaster captures the stranger and brings him to his partner to have him admit that the girl in not an Indian. What is the truth? Is she an Indian? If yes, how did she get to Lancaster's family? If not, why did the stranger say what he said? Who is he? What is his goal? Will everyone in Lancaster's family be able to survive the war with the Indians?

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