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September Dawn trailer online

SeptemberDawn.jpgThe trailer for September Dawn has been released online in Quicktime. This is the film which retells the events of 1857 in Arkansas, when a wagon train of settlers was ambushed and murdered by a group of Mormons whose village they passed through and clashed with.

I'm not going to go through the whole story again, I already outlined the plot in some detail and linked to the Wikipedia entry about the true life events of the The Mountain Meadows Massacre, however it's fair to say that there has been controversy over actual events and who was guilty. This film was supposed to address this in some way, however reading the blurb I'm not so sure it will as it now sees to focus on a love story between two characters with the rest of the events as the dramatic backdrop.

Okay, love story aside, the trailer does show a strong performance by Terence Stamp, who is set to appear next to Jon Voight, Lolita Davidovich, Dean Cain, Trent Ford and Tamara Hope in September Dawn.

You can see the trailer over at Apple Trailers [QT:M:iPod:480p:720p:1080p], a trailer which seems to be for the deaf, as each word that is spoken by the innapropriately used voiceover man is faded in and out by the text. Very annoying indeed.





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