American Gun

James Coburn's last film is a well-meaning but hardly unforgettable drama about a father's search across America for the owner of the gun that killed his daughter. The narrative structure is contrived, and although it's only 86 minutes long, you feel yourself growing old watching it.

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James Coburn’s last film is a well-meaning but hardly unforgettable drama about a father’s search across America for the owner of the gun that killed his daughter. The narrative structure is contrived, and although it’s only 86 minutes long, you feel yourself growing old watching it.

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