I WAS GONNA REVIEW THIS IN CAPS LOCK SINCE THIS FILM IS ABSOLUTELY MAGNIFICENT IN EVERY WAY but then in the end, I decided to use the normal lower case. Even though this film is purely fiction; nevertheless, it would be wise if we also look closely what it is all about. Why does a film that run 4 hours won so many achievements? That’s simple; it is beautifully executed, touching, timeless and inspiring as it unravels the precious history of the Indian population in America. You will be thrilled by the perfectly composed scoring, the magnificent photography and also absolutely genius plot. Another key success would be not only was this film able to recover the glorious days of Western film but also in his directorial debut, Costner gave us one of the best works in the history of cinema.
After leading his troops in a Civil War against the Confederates, Lieutenant John Dunbar (Costner) decided to quit his life as a soldier and embarked on a spiritual journey, he chose to live in the wilderness to where the Sioux and Pawnee still rule, the so-called Savage tribes to Americans. Watch as Dunbar, in full uniform, holding American flag, humbly introduced himself to the Tribe’s Chief and later on nicknamed Dances With Wolves. Overall, DWW is a stunning epic we should not miss.This film also quite unusual since we are all accustomed to see the Indians as the “bad” guys and this film breaks such a myth.