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Woman Walks Ahead

Woman Walks Ahead is a movie starring Jessica Chastain, Louisa Krause, and Boots Southerland. Catherine Weldon, a portrait painter from 1890s Brooklyn, travels to Dakota to paint a portrait of Sitting Bull and becomes embroiled in...

Other Titles
Kobieta idzie przodem, A nő, aki előttünk jár, Isha tzoedet kadima, Mulher Que Segue à Frente, Kadın Önde Yürür, Die Frau, die vorausgeht, Uma Mulher Exemplar
Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Western, Biography, Drama, History
Director
Susanna White
Writer
Steven Knight
Actors
Louisa Krause, Chaske Spencer, Jessica Chastain, Boots Southerland
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Catherine Weldon, a portrait painter from 1890s Brooklyn, travels to Dakota to paint a portrait of Sitting Bull and becomes embroiled in the Lakota peoples' struggle over the rights to their land.

Comments about western «Woman Walks Ahead» (14)

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Maria W.

I was really surprised by this movie. I knew nothing about it before I went to see it. I'm glad I did because I enjoyed it very much. I've always liked Clint Eastwood and he's always done a great job in all his films. This one was no exception. I thought the cinematography was great. The scenes were well shot and well lit. The characters were well written and the story was very interesting. The movie was very well acted by everyone. I especially liked the great performance of Michael Pare as Sheriff Ladoux. The way he acted was great. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes the western genre and is a fan of Clint Eastwood.

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Bobby

I just saw this movie yesterday, and I must say I was quite impressed. I liked it better than I thought I would, and I think that is because I was expecting it to be more of a Western. But it was really a very interesting movie. The story was quite well told, and the characters were well developed, with some very interesting characters. I also thought the story was very believable, and it kept me interested for the whole movie. I found the scenery in this movie very nice, and I thought it was a very interesting movie. The plot was a little confusing, but I didn't think that was a problem, because it was a very well done movie. I really enjoyed this movie, and I think it is definitely worth seeing.

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Kimberly H.

Director, Michael Caton-Jones (Hidalgo, Smoke), is obviously a person who has a lot of experience working in a medium, for the most part that being the motion picture industry. The story of a white male being invited to a slave plantation, in his native California, and making his way up through the ranks of the plantation to become a great leader, all in the span of one day, is a true story, with a very relevant and much needed update. I am not sure if the story has been told before, or has it been told in such a way as to have the story portrayed in such a way that it is now relevant. The story is told with such vividness and the dialogue is as authentic as possible. I was very impressed with the acting, and the pacing of the film was also spot on. It was a very real portrayal of a long time ago, and the film was not afraid to get into the details of slavery, or white supremacy. The characters were strong, and the emotions that were generated were very real. The actors did a good job of keeping the emotions flowing and being believable. The film had a very good pace, and the characters were very convincing and easily felt like real people. I liked how the film was very engaging and entertaining, the story was well written, and the acting was very good. Overall, the film was a good, but not great film, but I felt like it was one of the better historical films that I have seen in a while. I liked the portrayal of slavery in this film, and the story was told very well. If you are a fan of Michael Caton-Jones, I highly recommend this film. It is a good, but not great film, but I was very impressed with the movie. The acting, the directing, the pacing, and the story all were good, and I felt that this was an enjoyable film, but not a great film.

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Julie B.

I loved the film, it's the story of the Trail of Tears, and the realization that there is more to life than what we see on the surface. There are so many other stories of the real life and the real life of those who were involved in it, and to be told. I think that this movie is really important, it's about the real life, and not just the Hollywood stories. The movie was great, it's definitely worth watching, and there are so many stories of the real life and the real life of those who were involved in it, that it's amazing, and I recommend that everyone watch it. The real life is never what we see on the surface.

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Kevin

I've never been a great fan of Johnny Cash, but he was the perfect choice to play the role of Jack and I really enjoyed this movie. It was very well done and, when I first saw it, I thought it was a great movie. After seeing it a second time, I can see why it got such a high rating. This is definitely a movie to see, and I hope it does well.

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Julie

The worst movie I've seen in a long time. The dialog was so badly written and the story was so poorly executed that I just couldn't get into it. Why was this movie even made? It is an insult to the actual Civil War era. It was a great shame that a great movie like this was wasted on such a flawed script. The music was good and all the actors were great but this movie was terrible. There are so many things wrong with this movie. One of the worst parts of the movie was the fact that a whole town of slaves died and there was not even one mention of the slaves, or that they were even slaves. They were just workers in the cotton fields. The cast was terrible. They didn't even get to show their faces, and if you think about it, it would make a lot more sense to show the slaves but then there wouldn't be any dialogue, you would just be watching the slaves. The plot was weak. It was so thin and a whole bunch of different things were happening that you don't even notice. It was like you're watching a TV show and they're just saying things and you're thinking "this is all that's happening, and it doesn't make any sense." There was no point to the movie. The biggest problem with the movie was the poor directing. The cinematography was great but the acting was bad. There were so many times that they weren't even acting. It was like the actors were just talking to themselves and were saying "this is how it should be" and you're thinking "this is all that is happening." I give this movie a 10/10 because it was great for what it was, a great looking movie. But if you want a real movie, go see any of the movies made in the last 10 years. This movie was just mediocre and nothing like the Civil War era. It was a terrible movie.

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David

A lot of the criticism of this film is that it was not historically accurate, which I don't think is true. It certainly could have been more accurate if the film makers would have taken a closer look at the characters and events in the South during the Civil War. If we really were fighting over slavery, the North would have been forced to compromise, because there was no other way to defend the South. This film shows us how the South was so desperate to keep their slaves that they would sacrifice their own rights to save their own. It is a great film that I recommend to everyone who likes historical films. The performances in this film are great, especially from Martin Sheen and Harry Belafonte. They are a little more developed than in some of the other films of the period, and you can see how they become more like their characters as the story goes on. The music is also great, and it is also one of the best films ever made about the Civil War. The movie should be watched for its history, but also for the performances and the music. I rate this film 9/10.

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Richard Willis

This film has everything the history of the American West has to offer. We meet characters that will resonate with any Western fan, some familiar, some not. The story centers on the life and times of John Wayne and the ups and downs of his career. He's a man who had a knack for the movies, but he didn't always do a good job with it. We also meet the story of the huge plot of the movie that is the foundation for the rest of the story. The movie is a very enjoyable ride and I think it will appeal to the most die hard Western fan, so take a trip to see this film. This film has everything you need to be entertained.

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Patricia Peterson

This film is an incredible account of the history of the American West. It takes place in the 1840s and is a "behind the scenes" look at the "white man's" actions that lead to the famous "Wild West". The film was made in a style reminiscent of a classic western, with the characters and setting appearing authentic and authentic. The music was appropriately haunting and the character interactions authentic. The actors were able to bring their characters to life and the audience was drawn into their stories. The film features great acting and great cinematography. This film is definitely a must see and a must see if you are a fan of Westerns. The acting was very realistic and natural. The whole cast did an excellent job. The story was very exciting, and I thought it was well worth the price of admission. I think this film deserves to be viewed and enjoyed by everyone.

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George Vargas

This is one of the most beautiful movies I have seen in my life. The history behind the story is also beautiful and the acting was amazing. I have seen this movie on BBC one, and I can watch it many times and never get bored. I think this movie should be more known because of the strong supporting role of Nicole Kidman. She was really good in this movie. This is not only a story about a small town in Louisiana, but a story about the American dream and the life of a family that wants to find happiness and still can. This is a great story about all the people who can go back and still live their life. I recommend this movie to everyone. I think this is one of the best movies of this year. My vote is 9/10.

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Mark Thomas

I saw this movie in the cinema. I was totally blown away. It was a movie that I had no idea what to expect, but I was blown away. It was very realistic and moving, and the characters were really interesting. The cinematography was also great. The movie was beautifully shot. It was a very well-made movie and a very interesting film. It is worth seeing.

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Nicole Martin

This movie is an interesting look at a period in American history. It is a great historical study of the political events that took place in the 1860s and the first part of the 1870s. It is a bit slow in the beginning, but the end is very emotional and powerful. It's a shame that the movie has been so controversial, because it is very good and is worth seeing.

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Julia

We may never be able to live the life of the cowboy in the 1800's, but what we do have is plenty of inspiration and lots of wonderful films and movies, particularly the Westerns. Perhaps most interesting is the role that Irish actors have played in the Western genre. While I'm not a big fan of theirs, I do find their work in this film interesting. As one of the supporting roles, Robert Duvall plays John Coffey, a young man who, along with a small band of his fellow Indian warriors, must defend his village from a hostile band of cowboys led by a villain named Buck. As the movie goes on, we learn more about Coffey's life and his relationship with his father and brother. This movie was a good introduction to the history of the Indian and the role that Indians played in the western, as well as some good acting by the cast. You won't be disappointed if you see it.

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Laura Ross

I liked this movie. It's not a perfect film, but it's good and it's worth seeing. I do have some problems with it. I like that the movie wasn't exactly about Native Americans, as it seemed to be more of a historical account of the Spanish conquest of Mexico, but that's beside the point. It's about people, and the pain that their ancestors went through. That's why I liked the movie. The Native Americans in this film are all very good. They do their jobs well, and it's great to see them in all their glory. The people in this film are all good, and are well acted. I also liked the music in this movie. It's a good and simple score. The movie is definitely worth seeing, and it's worth the watch.