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Days of Heaven
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Days of Heaven 1978

From Amazon: Richard Gere works in a Chicago steel mill at the turn of the century, but must flee the city after accidentally killing a man. Heading for the wheat fields of Texas, he packs up his girlfriend (Brooke Adams) and his younger sister (Linda Manz). Instead of a better life, they head straight into tragedy when a wealthy farmer (Sam Shepard) falls for Adams. Believing him to be dying and expecting to inherit a fortune, she agrees to marry him. Their plans change when Shepard fails to die and Gere takes matters into his own hands. Aesthetically flawless, this film about a romantic love triangle is diminished by the small scope of video....

Directed By:
Terrence MalickTerrence Malick
Written By:
Terrence MalickTerrence Malick
Richard GereRichard Gere
Brooke AdamsBrooke Adams
No image existsSam Shepard
No image existsLinda Manz
No image existsStuart Margolin

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Days of Heaven Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/6/2007)

In almost 40 years of filmmaking, Terence Malick has directed only four films. This, after 1973's 'Badlands', was his second and his last before a 20 year break until 1998's 'The Thin Red Line'. His films are still, wandering and not typical Hollywood fare. However, there is something to be said for them. Though I am...

(complete Days of Heaven review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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