American Horses

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8.853min2022ALL
American horses are icons. Mustang. Appaloosa. Morgan. Quarter Horse. Each breed has a unique story to tell, and each story is a deep part of the American experience. Grounded in historical moments and charismatic people, American Horses traces the emergence of these remarkable horses and introduces contemporary trainers who are continuing in the long tradition of caring for them.
Directors
Grizzly Creek FilmsThe WNET GroupTerra Mater Factual Studios
Starring
Bill Pullman
Genres
Special Interest
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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Producers
Fred KaufmanBill MurphyJanet HessThomas Winston
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PBS
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John V. BuschReviewed in the United States on May 18, 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Obsessed in horses!
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I.LOVE.IT.SO.MUCH. And, damn, I mean love it and I'm now obsessed in HORSES! I act like them and all of that.
MarkReviewed in the United States on May 27, 2022
2.0 out of 5 stars
Monotone
Beautiful photography. The story is told with monotone voice, music & images. There are interesting personal stories intermixed that are told in a way that dulls the presentation.

While there are beautiful images, they are repetitive in style & lack a visual variety or excitement. The audio is slow moving. How great it would have been to have had the sound of hoof beats thundering out of gates, the sound of the metal gates loudly clanging open, horses neighing as audio, people having a larger role in story telling. Then, the ominous tones would have a greater impact. Ditto with the images.
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