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    The Big Country

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    Retired wealthy sea captain Jim McKay arrives in the vast expanse of the West to marry fiancée Pat Terrill. McKay is a man whose values and approach to life are a mystery to the ranchers and ranch foreman Steve Leech takes an immediate dislike to him. Pat is spoiled, selfish and controlled by her wealthy father, Major Henry Terrill. The Major is involved in a ruthless civil war, over watering rights for cattle, with a rough hewn clan led by Rufus Hannassey. The land in question is owned by Julie Maragon and both Terrill and Hannassey want it.

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    I liked the movie The Big Country, thanks to the boring dialogue between the characters and the really intriguing moment of their interaction with each other, 165 minutes of time were well spent.

    This movie became the most memorable of those that I watched in 1958, because the ending, in my opinion, although correct, but at the same time very unexpected, at least it will not leave anyone indifferent.

    Every time I come across a new movie in the genre of Drama, Romance, Western, I postpone everything, The Big Country pleasantly surprised me: a delightful plot that was revealed thanks to an emotional and live performance.

    In this movie, the concepts of `good` and `evil` are well intertwined, 165 minutes fly by unnoticed, but after watching, there is a feeling of some kind of understatement.

    To my surprise, Ivan Volkman, John Waters, Ray Gosnell Jr., Sam Freedle, William Wyler managed to very succinctly and gracefully tell a seemingly ordinary story, in which each character deserves special attention.

    Alfonso Bedoya, Carroll Baker, Charles Bickford, Charlton Heston, Chuck Connors, Gregory Peck, Jean Simmons perform their roles in such a way that the acting itself is not visible, it seems that you are watching ordinary people who just live their lives.