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Taza, Son of Cochise

1954

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  • Sirk’s pantomime western is all rust-coloured innuendo, Freudian penetration of frame and flesh, and many layers of play and dress-up. Hudson’s body is a totem, a sacrifice to his dueling masters: his heart and his loyalty, the whites and his tribe, his art and his director. This is, in many ways, the purest of Sirk and Hudson’s eight collaborations, if also the roughest and the dirtiest.