In a strange story that never happened before a man named Samuel emigrates to America to marry his girlfriend. He is a rich and intelligent man, but he encounters a painful reality because he will meet a drunk man with his small horse. This man is called Parson Henry. Samuel meets wondrous things in the West while fighting for his life.
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The Young Folks
June 25, 2018 It's a relief to see a movie which injects its dark subject matter with a dry sense of humor rather than reveling in the darkness and violence amidst its beautiful landscapes.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 The Zellners are obviously talented men, but their fondness for stillness clouds the highlights of their work.Read in Source
June 26, 2018 Featuring a hilariously bonkers turn from Pattinson, "Damsel" upends the Western tropes of hero, villain and damsel-in-distress with a mid-film twist that radically alters our perspective.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 Like everything else attractive to the eye in "Damsel," this image of happiness is a cruel illusion. It's also an unilluminating one.Read in Source
June 24, 2018 This warped, WTF western from the Zellner brothers gives Rob Pattinson a chance to shine. In a Hollywood of formulaic hack jobs, the Zellners know how to keep you guessing. Don't knock it. It's a gift.Read in Source
June 24, 2018 Damsel is a sly feminist manifesto disguised as a shaggy, amiable hangout movie.Read in Source
June 27, 2018 Some may believe that the western-genre-turned-arthouse gimmick was played out long ago, but Damsel's fresh energy and pioneering spirit offers redemption on many levels, for characters and viewers alike.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 The frontier as a symbol not of manifest destiny but of man's idiocy? There's an interesting movie in that. "Damsel" gets about halfway there.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 Damsel is designed to be a deliberately out-of-joint comedy about a woman forced to endure an exasperating ordeal. After two hours, I could relate.Read in Source
June 27, 2018 Damsel is set some 150 years ago, but it's a timely social commentary about certain gender-based stereotypes that still exist in the movies. Mia Wasikowska kills it as Penelope.Read in Source
East Bay Express
June 27, 2018 Damsel is one of those nouveau westerns that looks vaguely inspired by the Coen brothers... That type of genre tinkering can be refreshing as long as the writing is sharp. Damsel's writing is not sharp.Read in Source
June 28, 2018 The filmmakers are poking fun at the male ego without portraying its more sinister aspects. It's a new spin on an old narrative - a fresh start if you will.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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