Director and actor Clint Eastwood turns his filmmaking attentions to a rarely told story - the psychological and emotional consequences of the gunplay so frequently portrayed in movies about the old west. It's the tale of William Munny an old west gunslinger who by his own account has killed all manner of god's creatures in his treks through the old west. But as he keeps asserting "he ain't like that no more," the question the movie poses - is that really true? This spectacular treatise on motion picture violence was nominated for nine Oscars and won four including a well-deserved Best Picture statue in 1992. Please enjoy our Tribute to Unforgiven.
We don't want to give away our age, but we learned the alphabet from him on The Electric Company. Since then we've never seen a movie of his that we didn't enjoy. We don't know if the two things are related but you'll see what we mean about his movies in our Tribute to Morgan Freeman.