The Week that Was

A Classic of Modern Cinema

A puritanical young girl seeks justice for the murder of her father. Her chosen champion is a man of a morally-ambiguous background - a reformed criminal with a penchant for bloody violence. Her hero has promised to save her, but must battle his own demons on the way.
Also noteworthy:
  • Heavily stylized dialogue
  • Stunning landscapes
  • Bloody action
  • Compelling historical setting
  • Weather-related pathetic fallacies

The Coen Brothers' True Grit? No.


That's right, Solomon Motherfucking Kane.