Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Go West Young Man!

Go West Young Man! – English title
Idi na zapad, mladi čoveče – Serbian title

A 2002 Dutch production [Pieter Van Huystee Film and Television, Vrijzinnig Protestantse Radio Omroep VPRO (Amsterdam)]
Producer: Peter van Huystee
Directors: Peter Delpeut, Mart Dominicus
Screenplay: Peter Delpeut, Mart Dominicus
Photography: Stef Tijdnik [color]
Music: Paul M. van Brugge
Running time: 84 minutes

John Milius, William A. Fraker, Hartmut Bitomsky, E. Annie Proulx, Adam Jahiel, Dan Israels, Waddie Mitchell (Bruce Mitchell), Tayloe Sophia Fogarty, R. G. Armstrong (Robert Golden Armstrong) [archive footage], James Coburn [archive footage], Brandon De Wilde (Andre De Wilde) [archive footage], Van Heflin [archive footage], Richard Jaeckel [archive footage], Kris Kristofferson (Kristoffer Kristofferson) [archive footage], Alan Ladd [archive footage], Lee Marvin [archive footage], Jeanne Moreau [archive footage], Jack Palance (Volodymyr Palahnyuk Jr.) [archive footage], John Wayne  (Marion Morrison) [archive footage], Natalie Wood (Natalia Zakharenko) [archive footage]  

This documentary takes us back in time, to the time of western movies. With the use of scenes from classical films we visit different locations and the remains of them today (some have remained, but most have disappeared). The film is a trip by car through the rough lands of western America and it is full of beautiful images, interesting locations and the people who inhabit these places. It gives a lot of information about life in the Wild West from the past and today.

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