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Red Dead Redemption (2010)

  • Director: Rod Edge, John Zurhellen
  • Writer: Dan Houser, Michael Unsworth
  • Writer: Christian Cantamessa
  • Publisher: The Depressed Turtle
  • Runtime: 02:14:27
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  • "Red Dead Redemption" spans two fictitious United States counties and a fictitious Mexican state: New Austin, West Elizabeth, and Nuevo Paraiso. New Austin and West Elizabeth are adjacent to each other and share a southern border with Mexico. Nuevo Paraiso is a Mexican state, separated from U.S. territory by the San Luis river. The year is 1911. The story follows John Marston, a former outlaw whose wife and son are taken hostage by the government in ransom for his services as a bounty hunter. Having no other choice, Marston sets out to bring the three members of his former gang to justice, including his old friends and gang partners such as Bill Williamson and Dutch Van Der Linde. He must do this or his family will pay the ultimate price...

    Did You Know? The oil drilling Plainview region in "Red Dead Redemption" is a reference to the character Daniel Day-Lewis plays in (2007) "There Will Be Blood." In fact, in the area there is a clerk's office with a man sitting outside who looks very much like Day-Lewis' character in the film.

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