Another revisionist western
This was a great film and a great representation of the revisionist western genre. It seemed to incorporate a number of alternative ways to present the western which was interesting in itself. In particular the photo montage of their eventual journey to South America and also the use of more popular styles of music within the soundtrack. As usual, Paul Newman and Robert Redford gave amazing performances. All in all this was a great film and probably one of the better Westerns I’ve seen so far.
Verdict: Great revisionist Western
Worthy of the Top 100: Yes
Next Film: “The Philadelphia Story”, directed by George Cukor, 1940