Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Reception 5 Home media 6 Box office 7 Accolades 7.1 Legacy 8 Remake 9 References 9.1 Bibliography 10 External links

Plot[edit] In 1881 in Big Whiskey, Wyoming, two cowboys, Quick Mike and "Davey-Boy" Bunting, attack and disfigure prostitute Delilah Fitzgerald with a knife after she laughs at the small size of Quick Mike's penis. As punishment, local sheriff "Little Bill" Daggett orders the cowboys to pay compensation in the form of several horses to the brothel owner, Skinny Dubois. The rest of the prostitutes do not consider this justice and offer a $1,000 reward to anyone who can kill the cowboys, much to the fury of Little Bill who does not allow guns or criminals in his town. Miles away in Kansas, a boastful young man calling himself the "Schofield Kid" visits the pig farm of reformed bandit William Munny, seeking to recruit him to help kill the cowboys and claim the reward. In his youth, Munny was a notorious cold-blooded murderer, however he is now a repentant widower raising two children and has long since sworn off alcohol and killing. Initially refusing to help, Munny recognizes that his farm is failing, putting his children's future in jeopardy, and so reconsiders a few days later and sets off to catch up with the Kid. On his way, Munny recruits his friend Ned Logan, another retired gunfighter. Back in Wyoming, British-born gunfighter "English Bob", an old acquaintance and rival of Little Bill, is also seeking the reward and arrives in Big Whiskey with a biographer, W. W. Beauchamp. Little Bill and his deputies disarm Bob and Bill beats him savagely, hoping to discourage other would-be assassins from attempting to claim the bounty. The next morning he ejects Bob from town, but Beauchamp decides to stay and write about Bill, who has impressed him with his tales of old gunfights and seeming knowledge of the gunfighter's psyche. Munny, Logan and the Kid arrive later during a rain storm and head into the saloon/whorehouse to meet with the prostitutes and learn the cowboys' location. Delirious with fever after riding in the rain, Munny is sitting alone in the saloon when Little Bill and his deputies arrive to confront him. Not realizing Munny's identity and believing him to be drunk, Little Bill beats him and kicks him out of the saloon after finding that he is carrying a pistol. Logan and the Kid, upstairs getting advances in kind on their payment from the prostitutes, escape through a back window. The three regroup at a barn outside town, where they nurse Munny back to health. Three days later, they ambush a group of cowboys and kill Bunting, though Logan and Munny show that they no longer have much stomach for murder. Logan decides to quit and return home, while Munny feels they must finish the job. Munny and the Kid head to the cowboys' ranch, where the Kid ambushes Quick Mike in an outhouse and kills him. After they escape, a distraught Kid confesses he had never killed anyone before and renounces life as a gunfighter. When one of the prostitutes meets the two men outside of Big Whiskey to give them the reward, they learn that Logan was intercepted by Little Bill's men and tortured to death, in the process revealing Munny's true identity to Little Bill. The Kid heads back to Kansas to deliver the reward money to Munny's children and Logan's wife, while an embittered Munny, finishing Logan's bottle of whiskey after not drinking for years, returns to town to take revenge on Little Bill. That night, Munny arrives and sees Logan's corpse displayed in a coffin outside the saloon with a sign reading "This Is What Happens To Assassins Around Here". Inside, Little Bill has assembled a posse to pursue Munny and the Kid. Munny walks in alone to confront the posse and kills Dubois. Munny then shoots Bill and kills several of his deputies, ordering the others to leave the saloon. Critically wounded, Bill vows to "see [Munny] in hell" before Munny executes him. Munny then threatens the townsfolk before finally leaving Big Whiskey, warning that he will return for more vengeance if Logan is not buried properly or if any of the prostitutes are harmed. A title card epilogue says that Munny moved to San Francisco with his children where he prospered in dry goods.

Cast[edit] Clint Eastwood as William "Will" Munny Gene Hackman as "Little" Bill Daggett Morgan Freeman as Ned Logan Richard Harris as English Bob Jaimz Woolvett as the Schofield Kid Saul Rubinek as W. W. Beauchamp Frances Fisher as Strawberry Alice Anna Levine as Delilah Fitzgerald Rob Campbell as Davey Bunting Anthony James as Skinny Dubois Liisa Repo-Martell as Faith Shane Meier as William Munny Jr. David Mucci as Quick Mike Tara Frederick as Little Sue Beverley Elliott as Silky Josie Smith as Crow Creek Kate Lochlyn Munro as Texas Slim

Production[edit] The film was written by David Webb Peoples, who had written the Oscar nominated film The Day After Trinity and co-written Blade Runner with Hampton Fancher.[4] The concept for the film dated to 1976, when it was developed under the titles The Cut-Whore Killings and The William Munny Killings.[4] By Eastwood's own recollection he was given the script in the "early 80s" although he did not immediately pursue it, because according to him "I thought I should do some other things first" [5] Much of the cinematography for the film was shot in Alberta in August 1991 by director of photography Jack Green.[6] Filming took place between August 26, 1991 and November 12, 1991.[7] Production designer Henry Bumstead, who had worked with Eastwood on High Plains Drifter, was hired to create the "drained, wintry look" of the western.[6]

Reception[edit] Unforgiven received widespread acclaim. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes registers a "Certified Fresh" 96% approval rating based on 95 reviews, with an average rating of 8.7/10. The website's critical consensus states, "As both director and star, Clint Eastwood strips away decades of Hollywood varnish applied to the Wild West, and emerges with a series of harshly eloquent statements about the nature of violence."[8] Metacritic gave the film a score of 85 out of 100 based on 33 critical reviews, indicating "universal acclaim".[9] Jack Methews of the Los Angeles Times described it as "The finest classical western to come along since perhaps John Ford's 1956 The Searchers." Richard Corliss in Time wrote that the film was "Eastwood's meditation on age, repute, courage, heroism—on all those burdens he has been carrying with such grace for decades."[10] Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert criticized the work, though the latter gave it a positive vote, for being too long and having too many superfluous characters (such as Harris' English Bob, who enters and leaves without meeting the protagonists). Despite his initial reservations, Ebert eventually included the film in his "The Great Movies" list.[11]

Home media[edit] Unforgiven was released on Blu-ray Book (a Blu-ray Disc with book packaging) on February 21, 2012. Special features include an audio commentary by the Clint Eastwood biographer, Richard Schickel; four documentaries including "All on Accounta Pullin' a Trigger", "Eastwood & Co.: Making Unforgiven", "Eastwood...A Star", and "Eastwood on Eastwood", and more.[12]

Box office[edit] The film debuted at the top position in its opening weekend.[13][14] Its earnings of $15,018,007 ($7,252 average from 2,071 theaters) on its opening weekend was the best ever opening for an Eastwood film at that time.[10] It spent a total of 3 weeks as the No. 1 movie in North America. In its 35th weekend (April 2–4, 1993), capitalizing on its Oscar wins, the film returned to the Top 10 (spending another 3 weeks total), ranking at No. 8 with a gross of $2,538,358 ($2,969 average from 855 theaters), an improvement of 197 percent over the weekend before where it made $855,188 ($1,767 average from 484 theaters). The film closed on July 15, 1993, having spent nearly a full year in theaters (343 days / 49 weeks), having earned $101,157,447 in North America, and another $58,000,000 overseas for a total of $159,157,447 worldwide.[15]

Accolades[edit] Award Category Subject Result Academy Award Best Picture Clint Eastwood Won Best Director Won Best Supporting Actor Gene Hackman Won Best Film Editing Joel Cox Won Best Actor Clint Eastwood Nominated Best Original Screenplay David Webb Peoples Nominated Best Cinematography Jack N. Green Nominated Best Sound Les Fresholtz, Vern Poore, Dick Alexander and Rob Young Nominated Best Art Direction Henry Bumstead and Janice Blackie-Goodine Nominated BAFTA Award Best Supporting Actor Gene Hackman Won Best Film Clint Eastwood Nominated Best Direction Nominated Best Original Screenplay David Webb Peoples Nominated Best Sound Les Fresholtz, Vern Poore, Dick Alexander and Rob Young Nominated Golden Globe Award Best Director Clint Eastwood Won Best Supporting Actor Gene Hackman Won Best Motion Picture – Drama Clint Eastwood Nominated Best Screenplay David Webb Peoples Nominated Legacy[edit] In June 2008, Unforgiven was listed as the fourth best American film in the western genre (behind The Searchers, High Noon, and Shane) in the American Film Institute's "AFI's 10 Top 10" list.[16][17] The music for the Unforgiven film trailer, which appeared in theatres and on some of the DVDs, was composed by Randy J. Shams and Tim Stithem in 1992. The main theme song, "Claudia's Theme," was composed by Clint Eastwood[18] In 2013, the Writers Guild of America ranked Peoples' script for Unforgiven as the 30th greatest ever written.[19] American Film Institute recognition AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies – #98 AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies (10th Anniversary Edition) – #68

Remake[edit] Main article: Unforgiven (2013 film) A Japanese remake directed by Lee Sang-il and starring Ken Watanabe was released in 2013. The plot is very similar to the original, but takes place during the Meiji period in Japan with Watanabe's character being a samurai of old regime instead of a bandit.

References[edit] ^ "Unforgiven". British Board of Film Classification. Retrieved January 13, 2015.  ^ a b "Unforgiven (1992)". The Numbers. Nash Information Services, LLC. Retrieved January 13, 2015.  ^ "Clint Eastwood reveals why UNFORGIVEN may be his last Western". American Film Institute. Retrieved February 25, 2018.  ^ a b McGilligan 1999, p. 467. ^ Whittey, Stephen (June 13, 2014). "Clint Eastwood on 'Jersey Boys,' taking risks and a life well lived". Retrieved October 10, 2015.  ^ a b McGilligan 1999, p. 469. ^ "Miscellaneous Notes". Turner Classic Movies. A TimeWarner Company. Retrieved September 20, 2015.  ^ "Unforgiven (1992)". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango Media. Retrieved March 1, 2018.  ^ "Unforgiven Reviews". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved March 1, 2018.  ^ a b McGilligan 1999, p. 473. ^ Ebert, Roger (July 21, 2002). "Unforgiven". Ebert Digital LLC. Retrieved July 9, 2010.  ^ Newman, Gene. "Unforgiven [Blu-ray Book]". Alpha Media Group Inc. Archived from the original on May 2, 2013. Retrieved April 2, 2012.  ^ Fox, David J. (August 18, 1992). "Weekend Box Office: Eastwood Still Tall in the Saddle". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 1, 2010.  ^ Fox, David J. (August 25, 1992). "Weekend Box Office: 'Unforgiven' at Top for Third Week". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved December 1, 2010.  ^ McGilligan 1999, p. 476. ^ Mirko (June 17, 2008). "AFI Crowns Top 10 Films in 10 Classic Genres". Retrieved June 18, 2008.  ^ "Top 10 Western". American Film Institute. Archived from the original on October 20, 2013. Retrieved June 18, 2008.  ^ Cameron (February 24, 2015). "Not Dead Yet: Ten Best Modern Westerns". The Film Box. p. 10. Retrieved November 15, 2015.  ^ "101 Greatest Screenplays". Writers Guild of America West. 2013. Retrieved September 14, 2016.  Bibliography[edit] Hughes, Howard (2009). Aim for the Heart. London: I.B. Tauris. ISBN 978-1-84511-902-7.  McGilligan, Patrick (1999). Clint: The Life and Legend. London: Harper Collins. p. 612. ISBN 0-00-638354-8. 

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