"Brokeback Mountain" by Ang Lee secondo voi lo faranno uscire in quel di Natale…

“Brokeback Mountain”
The new Ang Lee film, “Brokeback Mountain,” is a love story that starts in 1963 and never ends. Thefirst scene is a master class in the dusty and the taciturn, with gusts of wind doing all the talking. A cowboy stands against a wall in Signal, Wyoming, his hat tipped down as if he were falling asleep. Another fellow, barely more than a kid, turns up in a coughing old truck and joins the waiting game; both are in search of a job. There is something wired and wary in their silence, and the entire passage can be read not only as an echo of “Once Upon a Time in the West,” whose opening hummed with a similar suspense, but also as an unimaginable change of tune. Sergio Leone’s men were waiting for a train; these boys are falling in love…

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