Two modern-day cowboys meet on a shepherding job in the summer of '63, the two share a raw and powerful summer together that turns into a lifelong relationship conflict
Scott Michael Campbell
Steven Cree Molison
Steffen Cole Moser
Christopher G. Sprague
Mark W. Jones
Brokeback Mountain is American Gay Movie. Brokeback Mountain is a 2005 American romantic drama film produced by Diana Ossana and James Schamus and directed by Ang Lee. The screenplay was written by Ossana and Larry McMurtry in 1997, based on Annie Proulx’s short story of the same name. The film stars Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway and Michelle Williams, and depicts the complex emotional and sexual relationship between two American cowboys named Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist in the American West from 1963 to 1983.
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Brokeback Mountain Synopsis
In 1963, Ennis Del Mar and Jack Twist were hired by Joe Aguirre to herd their sheep in the Brokeback mountains over the summer. After a night of heavy drinking, Jack passes to the hesitant Ennis, and Ennis finally responds to Jack’s advances. Ennis tells Jack that this is a one-off event, but they soon develop a passionate sexual and emotional relationship. Finally, Jack and Ennis part ways; Ennis marries his longtime fiancee Alma Beers and has two daughters with him. Jack returns to look for work next summer, but Aguirre, who observes Jack and Ennis on the mountain, refuses to recruit him.
Jack moves to Texas, where he meets rodeo rider Lureen Newsome; they get married and have a son. Jack visits Ennis after four years. Upon the meeting, two passionate kisses that Alma accidentally observed. Jack raises the issue of creating life on a small farm with Ennis, but Ennis refuses; She does not want to leave her family and haunts a childhood memory of her father showing her the corpses of two gay men who were tortured and killed.
Ennis and Jack meet infrequently for fishing trips as their marriage deteriorates. Lureen leaves the rodeo, goes into business with his father, which causes Jack to work in sales. Alma and Ennis finally divorced in 1975. Upon hearing about the divorce, Jack goes to Wyoming and tells Ennis that they should live together, but Ennis refuses to get away from their children. Sad Jack finds solace in Mexico with male prostitutes.
Alma eventually confronts Ennis about the true nature of her relationship with Jack. The couple’s argument causes Ennis to cut contact with Alma. Ennis continues to have a brief romantic relationship with a waitress named Cassie. Jack and Lureen become friends with another couple, Randall and Lashawn Malone, and it is implied that Jack and Randall have a brief relationship. At the end of a fishing trip, Ennis tells Jack that he can’t take more time off from work to meet him. The two have an argument where they blame each other for not being together. Ennis begins to cry and Jack hugs him.
After a while, Ennis receives a postcard stamped “Deceased”, which he sent to Jack. He searches for Lureen, who accidentally says Jack died when a car tire burst in his face, but Ennis suspects Jack was killed by someone who discovered his secret life. Lureen tells him that Jack wants his ashes to be scattered across Brokeback Mountain. Ennis meets Jack’s family and offers to take Jack’s ashes to the mountain. Jack’s father refuses, preferring them to join a family plan. Ennis goes to the bedroom where Jack finds his bloody shirt in the closet. She discovers that from a fight they had that summer, Jack was hanging him with his shirt. Ennis holds the shirts to his face and cries quietly.
Later, Ennis’ 19-year-old daughter, Alma Jr., arrives at the trailer to announce his engagement. She asks her to bless and invites her to the wedding. Alma Jr. As soon as he leaves, Ennis goes to his closet, where Jack and his shirts hang together with a Brokeback Mountain postcard. With tears in his eyes, he looks at the crowd for a moment before walking away and says, “Jack, I swear …”.
Brokeback Mountain Details
- Directed by Ang Lee
- Produced by Diana Ossana, James Schamus, Screenplay by, Larry McMurtry, Diana Ossana
- Based on “Brokeback Mountain” by Annie Proulx
- Starring Heath Ledger, Jake Gyllenhaal, Linda Cardellini, Anna Faris, Anne Hathaway, Michelle Williams, Randy Quaid
- Music by Gustavo Santaolalla
- Cinematography Rodrigo Prieto
- Edited by Geraldine Peroni, Dylan Tichenor
- Production Company: River Road Entertainment
- Distributed by Focus Features
- Release date: September 2, 2005 (Venice), December 9, 2005 (United States)
- Running time: 134 minutes
- Country: United States
- Language: English
- Budget: $14 million
- Box office: $178.1 million
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Brokeback Mountain: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Alongside Gustavo Santaolalla, Bob Dylan, and Roger Miller, he also recorded the soundtrack for the movie, which consists of seven tracks. The album was released on October 25, 2005. On the basis of Santaolalla, with the story and the director and the director, the filming was able to record the music first. He said, “It makes a lot of sense if you depend on the story and the director because the music is part of the fabric of that movie right from the start.” Also, a real orchestra played expressions and his own guitar.
Brokeback Mountain Novel / Book
“Brokeback Mountain” is a short story by American author Annie Proulx. It first aired on October 13, 1997 in The New Yorker and won the National Magazine Editing Award in 1998. Proulx won third place O. Henry Award for the story in 1998. The slightly expanded version of the story was published in Proulx’s 1999 short story collection, Close Range: Wyoming Stories. The collection was a finalist for the 2000 Pulitzer Prize for Editing.
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