High Plains Drifter
January 29, 2011 by Post Team
High Plains Drifter, “High Plains Drifter” Clint Eastwood. A mysterious stranger protects a corrupt town from gunmen.Like a hobo Highlands moves across the prairie of North Dakota winter, it is clear that the first time feature filmmaker Dusty Bias intends to build a checklist of genre tropes in the representation of contemporary anti-hero. The Vagrant (Jeremy Clark) drives a beat-up, barely drivable old station wagon towing a trailer along rural roads almost deserted. Bundled against the weather freezing in a fur coat at the ankle and fur lined hat, his features are barely visible.
Chancing on a van abandoned, it is the owner asks the middle of the road unconscious. Vagrant loads man almost frozen to the rear of the car and drives on, listening to tapes of meetings on the radio for assistance and to delve into the bag the guy.
Once his jumper defrosts and starts the conversation, the wanderer learns that NoDak (Garth Blomberg) is en route to pick up his girlfriend penpal (Holly Lynn Ellis), who is about to be released from prison, even if both have never met. As NoDak becoming increasingly nervous about the intentions of Vagrant, he fled the car and ends frozen and unconscious again. This time, the rover did not attempt to revive him, dumping NoDak back to his truck and assuming his identity as he heads on to meet the girl at the prison.
Unaware that the Vagrant impersonates NoDak, the girl embarks with him on an odyssey in the highlands, visiting farms abandoned, as they grow gradually more intimate. But minor defects in the familiarity with Vagrant NoDak prison and correspondence of the girl arouse his suspicions until a fateful development puts their relationship on the line.
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