The films of Sergio Leone (particularly The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly and Once Upon a Time in the West) Sam Peckinpah (specifically The Wild Bunch) have been praised as being
“disruptive” and “revolutionary” at a time when the Western genre was all but shunned by younger audiences with the dawn of the “Hollywood New Wave.” These movies are highly esteemed by contemporary younger audiences (like, YOU). Why is that? Please explore some of the specific visual, stylistic, thematic, and/or structural elements that make these films rebellious, radical, and groundbreaking (remember Hathaway’s True Grit is from the same time period). Consider some reasons why they remain popular/current with audiences today, and whether or not their message about violence is relevant in the 21st century.
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