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Ride With The Devil (1061 words)
Ride with the Devil is set in Missouri, where the fighting took place less between Yankee and Confederate armies than between partisan guerillas – or between native Missourians and Unionist terrorists.
What begins to make Ride with the Devil extraordinary as it progresses, however, is the understanding that Ang Lee and screenwriter James Schamus (adapting Daniel Woodrell’s novel Woe to Live On) show of the war’s underlying nature and causes.
But for all that Ride with the Devil is not pessimistic and ends on a note of hope.
Ride With The Devil (1999) (869 words)
Ride With The Devil follows four people who are fighting for truth and justice amidst the turmoil of the American Civil War.
Ride With The Devil is certainly not a bad film, but some trimming could have taken steps to make it a more entertaining one.
Ride With The Devil is a good rental - it's worth watching once, but I find it somewhat doubtful if many will want to watch it more than that.
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