[quote=“El Topo, post:2, topic:2275”]Good Luck to your project Palmer, I hope you a get a good grade, starting with a SW, you cant loose
Comes to mind that about the horses you could go like Monty Phyton’s Style, or maybe better a Rio Bravo approach, the action occurring in small spaces.[/quote]
Well, most of the story takes place out in the open country with our main characters just sitting around and camping. We also see them refilling canteens by a creek and we also see the bad guys on their tales. We end it with the shootout, which also takes place over an open area. Since we never really show them on the move, I don’t really feel obligated to show horses. Besides, I wrote in a little piece on the subject into the script. Here’s a chunk of the screenplay:
But how could we know where they’ve gone? Clearly they’re long gone by now.
What makes you say that?
Poncho squats over, lowering his mask to let his nose sniff the air twice. He squints around, or is that just his face? He scans the area and stands up.
They’re on foot.
You found footprints?
Then how do you know?
No horse tracks.
Now, I’d like to add a note here- the guy I have playing “Poncho” is a Mexican guy, a friend of mine. But once you see his eyes, you’ll see why I picked him. He looks JUST like a Mexicanized Lee Van Cleef.