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The Great Silence - Review

The Great Silence is a 1968 frozen-spaghetti-western, the greatest western Klaus Kinski ever did and one infamous for its killer ending and drifter who never speaks, Sergio Corbucci. Unfolding in Utah during the Great Blizzard of 1899, il grande silenzio or The Big Silence is the great revenge tale of Silence (Jean-Louis Trintignant), muted as a child by bounty hunters, he has since held a grudge against all, commonly aggravating and killing any he encounters.

The Green Ray - Review

A certain amount of reluctant discretion has to be considered when being critical of an established classic. Perhaps the quality of the work is simply something that you as a viewer have missed. The old maxim that the fault is not with the film but rather with the audience may be an important mitigating factor. However, it is not impossible that a film may be considered to classic but in fact be open to vast amounts of criticism.

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