'THE GOOD, THE BAD AND ME' by Mackenzie Thorpe
MACKENZIE CITES THIS FILM AS A ONE OF HIS FAVOURITES. The story of a civil war veteran embarking on a journey to save his neice from an indian tribe.
Mackenzie see's western films as the bridge between childhood and adulthood, real men with lives of hardship, but exuding the freedom of a child.
The adventures of the masked hero and his Native American partner. this partnership showed collaboration between the traditionally rivalled cowboy & indian.
THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY
Mackenzie was strongly influenced by the film "Lust for Life" starring Kirk Douglas as Vincent Van Gogh, Mackenzie identified with the persona of the tortured soul that was Van Gogh.
LUST FOR LIFE
ON A SIDE NOTE....