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Unforgiven (3-Aug-1992)

Director: Clint Eastwood

Writer: David Webb Peoples

Keywords: Western, Prostitution, Sniper

Former gunslinger William Munny, who gave up his profession for farming at the request of his late wife, is talked into one more job after falling on hard financial times. Superb western with the mythology removed; the characters without exception inhabit deep ethical gray areas. Won 4 Oscars including Best Supporting Actor, Best Director and Best Picture; received nominations for 5 others including Best Actor, Best Screenplay and Best Cinematography.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Clint Eastwood
Actor
31-May-1930   The Man With No Name
Frances Fisher
Actor
11-May-1952   House of Sand and Fog
Morgan Freeman
Actor
1-Jun-1937   Unforgiven
Gene Hackman
Actor
30-Jan-1930   The Conversation
Richard Harris
Actor
1-Oct-1930 25-Oct-2002 English Bob in Unforgiven
Lochlyn Munro
Actor
12-Feb-1966   Dead Man on Campus
Jeremy Ratchford
Actor
6-Aug-1965   Nick Vera on Cold Case
Saul Rubinek
Actor
2-Jul-1948   Ticket to Heaven

REVIEWS

Review by tom penner (posted on 21-Feb-2005)

Unforgiven is one of Eastwood's best. It is classic Clint Eastwood, you know it's not the ending where the major character (William Munny) does what is right and lets the bad guys go, NO, Eastwood's character comes out of nowhere, calmly asks "Who owns this shit hole" when he finds out shoots "Skinny" dead. Gene Hackman pipes up "You just shot an unarmed man", and that's when the Classic Eastwood one liner of the movie comes in "He should have armed himself if he is going to decorate his bar with my friend." Man that is arguably the best Eastwood one liner ever.


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