Once Upon a Time in the West Movie
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  • The music by Ennio Morricone and Leone's unique powerful cinematic style makes this film one of the best ever in the western genre

    • by limonar
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      Sergio Leone was a filmmaker who loved western films above anything, and his dollar trilogy is one of the most powerful love letters ever written in cinema history. With Once Upon a Time in the West he continued on that

      same line, but developed his visual style to the point that it seems more like some kind of opera than a western story, which is a positive thing. Charles Bronson is the hero Harmonica who is determined to claim his ...

      • revenge for something that happened in his childhood. Henry Fonda is, for once, the villain, a man without sympathy for anyone or anything. The music by Ennio Morricone and Leone’s unique powerful cinematic style makes this film one of the
        best ever in the western genre. There is a poetic quality to it, which most western films can not compare with. That is the difference between a film that lasts and a film that loses too much of its quality with age.



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