Last year, the fourth season of "Yellowstone", known as the hardest American drama in history, was launched.
The drama has a score of 9.8 on Douban and 9.7 after four episodes, ranking first on Douban's global drama reputation list for a long time. In addition, the Douban score of the first three seasons of "Yellowstone" ranked at 9.2, and it was a high-quality product for four consecutive seasons.
"Yellowstone" tells the story of the Dutton family's feud over land and is a modern version of the western.
For fans of Western movies, the fly in the ointment of "Yellowstone" is that, after all, the protagonists are in modern society and can't let go of their hands and feet to do things.
Recently, the spin-off series and prequel "1883" of "Yellowstone" has been launched, meeting all the requirements of fans of Western movies. "1883" tells the story of the westward movement of the United States in 1883, and the plot is larger than that of "Yellowstone".
Taylor Sheridan, the director and screenwriter of "1883", has worked in Hollywood for 20 years, and at the age of 40, he became a screenwriter and director with great success. The representative works "Hunting the Wind River Valley", "Border Slayer" and "Going through fire and water" are known as the "American Frontier Trilogy". He himself is known as the "Father of the Modern Western".
Many fans gave the film a high five-star score and commented:
The ceiling of the "Western", with magnificent scenes and well-made productions, has both cold reality and beauty and romance, and contains many thoughts on belief, philosophy, nature, history, and human nature. It is worthy of being a master screenwriter, no matter the story frame or the exquisite dialogue, you can feel the fine carving, giving people a huge spiritual inspiration.
"Yellowstone" tells the story of the Dutton family, in search of a new home, from Texas to the west, through difficulties and obstacles, through the wild west of the United States, and finally settled in Montana.
The story takes place in America in 1883. At that time, the American Civil War ended, the eastern part was stable, the economy developed rapidly, and there was a large overpopulation. Many people began to go to the west to seek development, and the animal husbandry development in the western United States entered a new stage.
However, at that time, a large number of Indians were slaughtered and their homes were seized, and the eastern population and European immigrants brought plague and smallpox to the west. Moreover, the entire western region lacks management, has constant contradictions, is turbulent, and can be said to be a land outside the law.
Like "Yellowstone," the images in "1883" are magnificent and intriguing.
Dust and sun mingle on the bustling streets, sketching out what a small town in the American West looked like in the 1680s.
The black-colored mountains are layered on top of each other, and endless white clouds linger in the blue sky. The vast grassland stretches as far as the eye can see, and a residential building stands empty between heaven and earth. Gunma wandering, couples watching the sunset together, free, romantic and beautiful.
The vast west is far from the rules and regulations of the civilized world, without laws and rules. This puts people in the West in danger, and at the same time brings freedom.
This land will not sympathize with the weak because of the sophistication, nor will it criticize the strong because of traditional morality. It is as cold-blooded and thick as the earth.
The stories here continue to subvert your three views, constantly refresh your cognition, and let you see all kinds of different and real human nature.
The person it welcomes needs to have a firm enough heart, a tough enough means, and a resilient soul. And this kind of person must be someone who yearns for freedom and love, is full of hope, and creates the future down-to-earth.