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Namespaces Article Talk. Explosions, fistfights, knife fights. After an all-night drinking binge, Ellen wakes up in the bed of a younger man who implies that they slept together. Prostitutes walk around and leer at passersby.
Although the general violence and mayhem isn't much different from classic Westerns, this movie does not shy away from showing, for instance, the hollow space left in the head after a bullet blasts through it. There is profanity "chickens--t" and drinking and smoking. Add your rating. While drinking in a tavern, Ellen witnesses a preacher named Cord Russell Crowe , who is tied down in chains because Herod wants him to return to his ways as a gunslinger and all-around bandit. Cord is nearly killed by his refusal to take part in a tournament in which gunfighters show down at appointed times until the winner is the last man alive.
When Ellen saves Cord's life, she is thrown into this competition, and as she shoots her way to victory from round to round, she schemes to find a way to kill Herod and get revenge for Herod helping to execute Ellen's father when she was a little girl. Although it's as violent as other Westerns -- and perhaps even more so at times -- there is an element of dark humor at play, both in the different gunslingers competing in the barbaric showdown competition against one another and in the way many of these gunslingers die.
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