While it’s too early to say for sure whether Gabe Polsky’s quotation of Williams’ novel would be entirely correct for its source, the current summary of Butcher Crossing suggests so. diverse Reports state that the new film is “set in the 1870s and finds Cage’s character confronting a young Harvard dropout, searching for his fate in the Colorado desert. Together, they embark on a heartbreaking journey in danger to their lives and mental health.”
NS fun reading“Butcher’s Crossing” follows a young East Coast scientist named William Andrews, who “was fired by Emerson for his ‘original connection to nature,’ and left Harvard and headed west.” After he ends up in the small town of Butchers Crossing, Will meets a frontier veteran who convinces him to go bison hunting in uncharted Colorado. Al Principio, los hombres se ven atrapados febrilmente en la llamada emoción de matar, pero a medida que llega el invierno, y con el, una realidad brutal que pone a prueba la Voluntad de los hombresuel, el mundo se que darker lo . After the snow fell all winter, the desperate group emerged the following spring “half angry with cabin fever, cold and hunger” before finally returning to the Butcher Crossing, where they “found a world hopelessly changed”. .
At first glance, “Butcher’s Crossing” seems like a mixture of western adventure and a good old-fashioned survival story against nature. Objectively speaking, Williams’ novel seeks to pit star-studded transcendentalism against stark realism, culminating in a battle veteran Cage has proven more than capable of slowly unraveling.
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