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3 comments have been posted...

  1. Kitty Bo

    Great article. I have such mixed feelings about seeing this. The very first time I watched the trailer, months ago, I cried. Still do. As RiderWriter said, I’m afraid I will be an emotional wreck also. I can just imagine leaping up in my seat and yelling at the screen, too. That’s why I’ve wondered if I should wait until the privacy of my home to see it on DVD. I suspect my husband and I will go though. Every time I see the trailer w/ Joey w/ his head turned, looking, there is something so classically HORSE about that, I loose it. And when he’s running. Oh, lord……Pass the kleenex.
    On a board I belong to, someone commented that upon leaving the theater, you could tell who the real horse people were because of the strained (if I can put it that way) expressions on their faces.

  2. RiderWriter

    Thanks, Dawn, for this super article!! Enjoyed every word. I am desperate to see the movie, but I also know I will be an emotional wreck. I can’t even watch the trailer without sobbing so I don’t think I’m going to do too well with the whole movie. What movie did I cry the hardest at in the past? “Saving Private Ryan.” My shirt was actually wet. And now I have this, another Spielberg war movie with a HORSE. I dunno… (and yes, I read the book so I know the story already… )

  3. sue tyrkus

    Looking forward to seeing this, although I want to see the live theatre version first. It is supposed to be incredible.

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