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Charismatic rancher Phil Burbank inspires fear and awe in those around him. When his brother brings home a new wife and her son, Phil torments them until he finds himself exposed to the possibility of love.


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    A group of cowboys jeer at an effeminate young man. There is use of terms such as ‘nancy’, ‘faggot and ‘sissy’.


    It is implied that a man masturbates, with a hand inside his trousers. A couple’s sexual moaning is heard briefly. A man looks at a magazine dedicated to the male nude. There is a reference to ‘hard-ons’.

    injury detail

    A man sustains a bloody hand wound. Animal butchery, dissection, castration and skinning are seen, sometimes in close-up detail.


    There is use of moderate bad language (‘bitch’, ‘whore’), as well as milder terms such as ‘Christ’, ‘damn’, ‘bugger’, ‘hell’, ‘ass’ and ‘God’.

    threat and horror

    A man terrorises his sister-in-law, causing her to turn to alcohol. He also whips up a group of cowboys to terrorise her son.

    A man is briefly shown beating a horse, without visible injury detail, and a rabbit’s neck is broken off-screen, creating a quiet ‘crack’ sound. There are references to suicide. Characters smoke tobacco, reflecting the period.