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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Hosted by the Consul of the Toulouse Movie Nights Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sun 03 Mar 15:00 - 19:00

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Hello movie lovers,

Wish all films would be so good as this one, the unique, the legend: "the good, the bad and the ugly".
Sergio Leone's film with Clint Eastwood.

No need more presentations:), one of the best movies ever, and probably the best of the "western" gender.
The music is from Ennio Morricone, who from time to time he comes to Zenith in Toulouse.

Film stars at 4pm, but I was thinking we could meet at 3pm in the cinematheque and take a coffee or tea on the kind of sofas there are in the entrance.

Here the plot about the film :

During the American Civil War, a trio of bounty hunters attempt to kill fugitive Mexican bandit Tuco Ramírez. Tuco shoots the three bounty hunters and escapes on horseback. Elsewhere, mercenary Angel Eyes interrogates former Confederate soldier Stevens, whom Angel Eyes is contracted to kill, about Jackson, a fugitive who stole a cache of Confederate gold. Angel Eyes makes Stevens tell him the new name Jackson is using: Bill Carson. Stevens offers Angel Eyes $1,000 to kill Baker, Angel Eyes's employer. Angel Eyes accepts the contract, and kills Stevens as he leaves. Angel Eyes returns to Baker for his fee, then shoots Baker, fulfilling his contract with Stevens. Meanwhile, Tuco is rescued from three bounty hunters by "Blondie", who delivers him to the local sheriff to collect his $2,000 bounty. As Tuco is about to be hanged, Blondie severs Tuco's noose by shooting it, and sets him free. The two escape on horseback and split the bounty in a lucrative money-making scheme. They repeat the process in another town for more reward money. Blondie grows weary of Tuco's complaints, and abandons him without horse or water in the desert. A vengeful Tuco barely survives and tracks Blondie to a town being abandoned by Confederate troops. As he prepares to force Blondie to hang himself, Union forces shell the town, allowing Blondie to escape.