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WHICH WAY THE WIND
By Richard Willett

GENRE: Western
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A young widow in 1860s Colorado looking for a husband for herself and a new father for her traumatized son is presented with a choice when three very different brothers come to town to help out in the case of a local girl abducted by Indians and each pursues the young widow in his own way.

Sarah Gabrielle Baron

Richard and I did a script swap and I read this script and really liked it! At first I wasn't sure about the aboriginal slant, but don't worry, this film is an expose of the devious nature of racism during the 'western movies' era, and provides a fresh take, and I think way more realistic, narrative on how different people interacted with natives during pioneer days. It's a very good love story to boot! My favourite character was the boy, Hank. His voice is fresh, original, off-the-cuff and believable.

Richard Willett

Thanks so much, Sarah!

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