I am torn regarding my review of this film. While I am absolutely in favor of everyone watching it because of the need for the American public to be aware of what is happening to America's wild horse herds, this film is not the best vehicle. As one other review that I read mentions, the narrative of the little girl who falls in love with a wild horse she meets being trained at the barn where she does barn work, is both distracting and in the end irrelevant to the real story. I think the film makers tried to show too many voices on the issue. While I certainly have my own beliefs on the subject and have heard all of the viewpoints because I read a lot of horse-related news and information, in this case the result was sort of a jumble. I think the film makers were trying hard to show a lack of agenda and I can admit that that is pretty difficult. In this case I don't think they were able to do it in a seamless way and so the film suffered by being disjointed. Also, Daryl Hannah's...
This film carried a big message. For those who love horses, this documentary is very disturbing. Perhaps for viewers to see the first-hand account of the events surrounding the mustang roundup , they may be moved to help them.
Different points of view were presented and offered alternative methods that are there to pursue. More humane handling of the mustangs is available. It just needs to be implemented with better cooperation between business, government and animals rights groups.
Personally, I believe mustangs should be wild and run free.
I would recommend EVERYONE to watch this movie, even if your not into horses I would say watch it and really think about what's going on in today's world, it's very educational. Pretty soon our horses are going to be extinct, nothing but a memory and you'll be explaining to your children and grandchildren that there USE to be horses. These are magnificent beings, they are very smart and though their just horses to some people, they really just aren't horses at all. Mares (females) are VERY loyal to their stallion (male). They have families and feelings just like us. The government isn't allowed to own property but yet it states right in the movie that the government owns property in Wyoming where these horses live and graze. If the government owns land where do you think they got the money for it?? From me and you, the people, so we own that land and we own those beautiful horses, WE THE PEOPLE get a vote, we have to stand up for these horses and be their voices and help stop the...
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