Transposing Akira Kurosawa's classic "Rashomon" to the American Southwest in the 1870s, this remake begins as three travelers at a dilapidated railroad station discuss the recent trial of the notorious Mexican outlaw Carasco. We go on to see four different versions of how the bandit came to murder a wealthy Southerner and rape his wife, each allocating guilt and innocence differently.
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|Paul Newman||Juan Carrasco|
|Edward G. Robinson||Con Man|
|Howard Da Silva||Prospector|
|James Wong Howe||Director of Photography||