Deadwood

In 1889, the residents of Deadwood are reunited to celebrate South Dakota's statehood. According to the film's producer Carolyn Strauss, "It’s about the passage of time. The toll of time on people. It’s mellowed some people and hardened others. And it’s about the town’s maturing and becoming part of the Union and what that event sets in motion, in a very personal way for the people that it brings in town and what ensues. The time has taken its greatest toll on [Al] Swearengen. He’s the person who really drove so much of the life of the town and there’s a sense of that power waning somewhat, and what ensues of that is a big part of the story."

Deadwood

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