"It's clear that everyone involved has done their homework. The film is lit, photographed and colored with a rugged palette that resembles polished wood and rust. One can expect gratuitous shots of pistols cocking, horses crossing panoramic landscapes and whiskey shots at the saloon, but anyone familiar with the Western's history will likely just see tedium and repetition. Nothing feels too original in Jared Moshe's blatantly passionate stab at the genre, and that's unfortunate. The Western certainly needs new life breathed into it, but the BALLAD OF LEFTY BROWN is gasping for air itself."
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