A Closer Look At Unforgiven: A History Of Violence
In 1992, Clint Eastwood took the keystones of the Western genre—that he himself helped define through early performances—and turned them on their head by directing and starring in Unforgiven, a deconstruction of the modern western that explores the ethics and utility of violence, not only in the Western genre, but in Western culture at large.
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