Triumphs of the human spirit constitute perhaps cinema’s most enduring story material, and this French film shot in Nevada brings a powerful existentialist message to the viewer without the preachiness one might expect of an American movie on the subject. This page has the mustang 2019, watch online, the mustang 2019 free download, full movie hd.
Matthias Schoenaerts, his shaven head and rock-solid physique suggesting a Vin Diesel, is magnificent in the lead role, a convict without hope or direction paralleled with the title wild horse he’s tasked to train for sale to police departments or ranchers in a prison program run by craggy old Bruce Dern. Connie Britton makes the most of her two scenes as a prison psychologist working on rehabilitation. Filmxy has The Mustang (2019) Online Full Movie, The Mustang (2019) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Matthias Schoenaerts, Jason Mitchell, Bruce Dern
Most of the cast is non-pro, actual prisoners from such a program giving solid performances for debuting feature director Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre. Echoes of “The Myth of Sysiphus” and other existential writings underpin the action, but Laure carefully makes it a visual cinematic experience, not one of those 1950s Playhouse 90 classics from TV’s Golden Age. Free of sentimentalism, it also keeps the melodramatic subplot involving chicanery and violence in prison to an absolute minimum, and is a wholly satisfying movie with universal appeal.
At first I thought this film would be boring and like a docudrama but it pleasantly surprised me. The directing is superb and the story moves at a fast pace capturing your attention with some great shots and a musical score that was fantastic. The main actor from Belgian carries the film and reminded me a lot of his character in Bullhead so it was nice to see good character arcs by the writer, and the supporting actors made the film feel more complex and entertaining. It will definitely be worthy of some nominations as it has a feel good message and a charming ending. I rarely give films a 9 but this little gem deserves it. Kudos to the Director and team.