BlueberryDirector: Jan Kounen
From Jan Kounen, the French director of the violent cult actioner Dobermann, comes this loose adaptation of Jean "Mobius" Giraud's comic series Blueberry. Vincent Cassel stars as Mike Blueberry, a lawman whose past comes back to haunt him when his town is invaded by the nefarious Blount (Michael Madsen), the man responsible for his first love's murder./i>/i>… See more details below
From Jan Kounen, the French director of the violent cult actioner Dobermann, comes this loose adaptation of Jean "Mobius" Giraud's comic series Blueberry. Vincent Cassel stars as Mike Blueberry, a lawman whose past comes back to haunt him when his town is invaded by the nefarious Blount (Michael Madsen), the man responsible for his first love's murder. Led by a German con man by the name of Prosit (an unrecognizable Eddie Izzard), Blount and his crew search for an ancient treasure buried deep within Indian tribal grounds, while Blueberry and his Indian friend Runi (Temuera Morrison) race to keep the land sacred and stop the thieves by any means possible. Featuring Juliette Lewis and her father, Geoffrey Lewis, in supporting roles, the film sports a solid American cast that boasts an additional performance by Colm Meaney and a rare appearance by none other than Ernest Borgnine.
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Cast & Crew
|Vincent Cassel||Mike S. Blueberry|
|Juliette Lewis||Maria Sullivan|
|Michael Madsen||Wallace Sebastian Blount|
|Colm Meaney||Jimmy McLure|
|Nichole M. Hiltz||Lola|
|Tchéky Karyo||The Uncle|
|Ernest Borgnine||Rolling star|
|Albert Bailey||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Michel Barthelemy||Production Designer|
|Fab (CQ)||Production Designer|
|Dean Humphreys||Sound/Sound Designer|
|Jean-Michel Lacor||Executive Producer|
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This movie is a great way to waste 2 hours. The movie starts ok, when , the plot get worse and worse.
This is an exquisite movie, violent, compelling, with amazing special effects that draw you into the possible recreation of a life-changing experience for a young, troubled man. It is not an easy movie to watch, but worth the effort. It reminds me of reading Carlos Castaneda's books, and offers a window on another form of experience, another view of life.