Clint Eastwood Gave Western Shadow


The photographer, Robert Kincaid (Clint Eastwood) is asking for directions to Rosamunde Bridge bridge. Robert explained that he ordered by National Geographic magazine to do pemotretanjembatan-existing bridges in Madison County. Frances gladly show the bridges to Robert. Well, that's when the love relationship arose a short time during the four days that the disordering of human liver is the second child. After parting with her lover and his loneliness is so painful, then the love story of Frances wrote in his diary.

The diary was found by her children after Frances died. Children get the message left Frances Frances in the diary, which is an expectation that they should make any effort if necessary to find happiness in their lives. When they got to know that Robert's ashes had been scattered around the bridge Rosamunde Bridge and also his mother's last wish in his diary, the same for scattered on the bridge. Now the children must decide whether Frances carry out the wishes or bury her alongside their father's grave as had been planned.

Clint Eastwood
How many have ever imagined an actor spaghetti westerns and police action will end up as director of art films of quality? But the actor, Clint Eastwood, managed to prove it. This senior actor had worked in various jobs as a gas station employee before heading to Hollywood in 1955 when he won a role in the movie "Francis in the Navy", "Tarantula" and "Revenge of the Creature". After he was released by Universal studios, eventually he got the role as the main star television series "Rawhide" which lasted for 6 years.

In 1964, he went to Italy to star in a cowboy-style Italian films known as spaghetti westerns, namely "A Fistful of Dollars" is so successful in its circulation. So he re-starred in spaghetti westerns such as "For Few of Dollars More" and "The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly" in 1966, who also scored "box office". Thanks spaghetinya cowboy films, he became a star in his native country, the United States, so some bids came, like the movie "Paint Your Wagon" (1968), "Coogans Bluff". and cop action films that meroketkan his name to the ranks of top actors, namely the "Dirty Harry" (1971) which followed the fourth sequel. In 1971, he for the first time direct a film, namely "Play Misty for Me".

In addition, Clint also starred in many memorable films fans, including "The Gauntlet" (1977) and of course the movie "Escape From Alcatraz" (1979). In 1991, she starred in "Rookie" with the talented young actor Charlie Sheen, but in 1992 he surprised Hollywood with a gain of his directed Oscar for the film "Unforgiven", which also received an Oscar for Best Picture. Having starred in successful films, Clint Eastwood was awarded the Irving Thalberg Academys for the film that also starred his direction, the movie "The Bridges of Madison County" (1995).