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Dances with Wolves is a 1990 American epic western film starring, directed, and produced by Kevin Costner in his feature directorial debut. It is a film adaptation of the 1988 novel Dances with Wolves by Michael Blake that tells the story of Union Army Lieutenant John J. Dunbar (Costner), who travels to the American frontier to find a military post, and who meets a group of Lakota.




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Costner developed the film with an initial budget of $15 million.[3] Much of the dialogue is spoken in Lakota with English subtitles. It was shot from July to November 1989 in South Dakota and Wyoming, and translated by Doris Leader Charge,[4] of the Lakota Studies department at Sinte Gleska University.


In addition to becoming the first Western film to win an Academy Award for Best Picture since 1931's Cimarron,[22] Dances with Wolves won a number of additional awards, making it one of the most honored films of 1990.[23]


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On Nov. 9, 1990, Dances With Wolves opened in theaters and revitalized a classic genre. It scored at the box office and won seven Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director for a vindicated Kevin Costner. Since then, all sorts of filmmakers have splashed drama and morality plays on the wide-open canvas of the Western, though the genre has had its ups and downs. Recent years have seen the Western continue to flourish on screen, with filmmakers from Alejandro González Iñárritu to Quentin Tarantino putting their own stamp on the genre. In 2015, EW ranked the 25 best Westerns since Dances With Wolves was released.


Template:AboutDances with WolvesBased onTemplate:Based onDirected byKevin CostnerProduced byTemplate:Plain listScreenplay byMichael BlakeStarringTemplate:PlainlistMusic byJohn BarryCinematography byDean SemlerDistributorOrion PicturesLanguageTemplate:Plain listCountryUnited StatesBudget$22 million[2]Gross revenue$424.2 million[2]SourceDances with Wolves is a 1990 American epic Western film starring, directed and produced by Kevin Costner. It is a film adaptation of the 1988 book of the same name by Michael Blake that tells the story of Union Army lieutenant John J. Dunbar (Costner) who travels to the American frontier to find a military post and of his dealings with a group of Lakota.


Costner developed the film with an initial budget of $15 million. Dances with Wolves had high production values.[3] Much of the dialogue is spoken in Lakota with English subtitles. It was shot from July to November 1989 in South Dakota and Wyoming, and translated by Albert White Hat, the chair of the Lakota Studies Department at Sinte Gleska University.


Parents need to know that certain scenes in this film stretch the boundaries of a PG-13 rating and are extremely violent. Both Native Americans and white settlers are brutally killed, many times in close-up, with rifles, knives, arrows, hatchets, and in hand-to-hand combat. Blood flows in many scenes. Animals, including some who have been seen throughout as loyal companions to the humans, are viciously killed. At the same time, the picture painted of Native-Americans as a peace-loving, desperate to survive, family-oriented people broke much new ground in 1990 when this movie was made. There is some mild profanity in early scenes; some partial nudity and passionate kissing and embracing; and Native-Americans sharing a pipe is shown as an ongoing tribal custom.


Finally, that burning question was Dances with Wolves a superior film to Goodfellas (1990) the movie it bested for Best Picture. No. Not at all. Goodfellas (1990) is a stunner, a film for the ages, while Dances with Wolves (1990) is a beautiful, great film. But here we are twenty-eight years later, and Goodfellas is still in the mix of conversation about great films, while the Costner film, though widely admired, is not. 041b061a72


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