McCabe & Mrs. Miller

Robert Altman’s signature overlapping dialogue echoes through the Pacific Northwest’s freezing winter air the in this beloved “revisionist Western.” People and money flood the tiny town of Presbyterian Church, along with a brothel dreamed up by the titular opportunistic entrepreneurs (Warren Beatty and Julie Christie). With gritty realism, romance, and evocative cinematography by Vilmos Zsigmond, this is a beautiful, humanist jumble in the way only Altman films are — all set to the tunes of the late, great Leonard Cohen.

Dir. Robert Altman, 1971, DCP, 120 min.

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