True Grit

True Grit
True Grit




105 minutes


Drama, Westerns



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The distinctive deadpan humour of Coen brothers Joel and Ethan is all over this Western remake about the quest by hard-as-nails 14-year-old Mattie Ross to avenge her father’s murder. She takes to the road with a hard-drinking, ruthless marshal and a self-important ranger, and as the unlikely trio enter wild country, meet all the vicious brutality of the genre, including outlaw shootouts, rattlesnakes and retribution. Keeping the old-school speech from the Charles Portis source novel adds an extra twist of eccentric charm.

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