Redford signs off in some style
The Old Man & The Gun will be Robert Redford’s last performance on film and it is, fittingly and thankfully, a virtuoso swansong to an iconic career
So we say goodbye to Robert Redford, an actor I have loved since I first saw him in The Sting as a rapt eight-year-old, scooting closer to the television every time the camera caught the smirk on his face or the twinkle in his eye. I couldn’t understand the story and struggled to follow the plot, but I could have watched Redford all day.
Written and directed by David Lowery, who previously cast...
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