The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007): Long Title, Great Looking Movie

Here are some beautiful images, courtesy of cinematographer Roger Deakins.



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16 responses to “The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (2007): Long Title, Great Looking Movie

  1. Glorious images, great film.

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  2. Michael

    Sadly I still haven’t seen this. I really want to, and the images you’ve shared certainly look gorgeous.

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  3. I love this movie, Paul. I think it is a beautiful film. The acting, the story, the cinematography–everything.

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  4. Probably the best DP working today. Yet to see this movie but i want to.

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  5. I love this post..proving you can say it all in just a photo. There’s nothing like a movie sunset and silhouette especially in a Western. Fabulous title for this post too.

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  6. Great post 🙂 The imagery of this western is so beautiful and it ranks up there as one of my favorites of the genre – but then again, you already knew that 🙂 Anyway, keep up the great work as always 🙂

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  7. Hey Paul. I didn’t see this post. It’s beautiful. I really love this film. It strikes a strange accord with me. I say strange because a lot of people don’t really care for The Assassination of Jesse James…and I will drop in on it, if I’m channel surfing and it’s on. I find it both relaxing and compelling. It reminds me of Terrence Malick films. Hope all is well.

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  8. Hi Pam, this film reminded me of Terrence Malick too. I’m sorry I’ve not been over to your place recently. I’m taking a break from WordPress, for how long I really don’t know. Thanks for your comment.


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