Friday, July 24, 2009
Restored version of Once Upon a Time in the West
Inspired by classic Westerns such as Johnny Guitar and The Iron Horse, the film focuses on the building of a railroad out west. A moving story of revenge, love triangles and shoot-outs, Once Upon a Time in the West is famed for its languid yet mesmerising style, full-screen close-ups and magnificent wide-angles. Leone's milestone movie frequently tops many favourite-films-of-all-time lists and reached cult status for its powerful and celebrated Ennio Morricone score.
Opens 24 July at Curzon Mayfair & BFI Southbank.
For more information and to watch the trailer, for further details see the following link:
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Carlos - Thanks very much for producing your series of books on the Spanish actors and directors of the Spaghetti Westerns. You are a key element in documenting the genre through these great books and we all salute you.ReplyDelete