After a deadly confrontation with the racist local sheriff in the town's whites-only bar, the half-Apache, Pardon Chato, flees into the unforgiving desert. Hell-bent on making Chato pay, the famed former Confederate officer, Captain Quincey Whitmore, assembles an angry posse of blood-thirsty men; however, who is the hunter, and who is the hunted? Do Whitmore's toughs stand a chance of surviving in Chato's dangerous land?
I must admit that thanks to a skilful and insightful approach to the subject, while not falling into exaggerated pathos, a considerable revolution was made in the entertainment cinema. Chato's Land is certainly one of the best movies from 1972. The moon is moving downward on a path that is clearly like a dream, and many turns like many dreams. Chato's Land - and you know, you won't waste time even watching it n-th time. I'm not a true fan of Western, but I'm like that too!. The action, special effects,... Show more
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