I was so pissed when she threw that Tribe record in the garbage.
I'm sorry, but this was unengaging to me. I guess the lack of drama and emotion is purposeful. I think the movie is making a point around the immaterial nature of happiness, as it feels like an ode to small, peaceful places where the main character is nature and man doesn't play at being God. But even though i got the main message, I'd be lying to say that I wasn't annoyed watching it.
"Can you find the wolves in this picture?"
I was a bit apprehensive seeing the 3h30mins runtime, and considering that Marty's last film (The Irishman) kinda left me cold, but this was really good. Scorsese comes through with a great adaptation of David Grann's 2017 book covering the tragic destiny of the Osage Native Americans in 1920s Oklahoma where the oil on their lands attracted the lust of unscrupulous white settlers.
A timely film that shows a realistic portrait of…