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Jeremiah Johnson
1972
 
In a quiet performance (he speaks perhaps 30 lines of dialogue in the whole film), loner Robert Redford seeks isolation in the mountains, but he's forced to battle nature's inconstancy and nearly every American Indian in the vicinity to survive. Redford persuaded director Sydney Pollack to film in Utah, ensuring that the movie -- based on Vardis Fisher's novel -- would have a breathtaking backdrop.
Synopsis compliments of Netflix
Action, Adventure, Western
 
Robert Redford delivers an interesting performance in this lazily enjoyable adventure film. The dialog isn't great, but luckily there isn't much of it in this mountain man story.
 
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