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Unforgiven is an American movie produced in 1992 by Clint Eastwood. Its subject is criminal. It is about Big Whiskey, a town in 1880, where citizens were striving to live a normal life. Cowboys and prostitutes were trying to earn a living to make ends meet. The sheriff in town, Little Bill, is working hard to keep the town clean from crime. This is so until the prostitute Delilah Fitzgerald’s body is deformed by two cowboys (Davey-Boy and Quick Mike) for making fun of Quick’s small penis size. Delilah’s brothel colleagues, seek vengeance after they are displeased by how Little Bill handles the crime so they put a prize for the cowboys who killed her. The bounty attracts two groups of gangs, Schofield and English Bob. Schofield convinces William Munny who carries his friend Ned Logan in search of the killers. Little Bill manages to deal with English Bob but he is unable to handle Munny and his team as he had never seen Munny. In the midst of the search Logan decided to quit but Little Bill manages to torture him to death after revealing Munny’s details. Schofield and Munny are able to find and kill the two cowboys but they later learn of Logan’s death. Schofield gives Munny’s children and Logan’s wife the money from the bounty. Munny goes back to town and is able to kill Little Bill and some of his deputies after he was welcomed by Logan’s body at the door of the saloon where they were at. He warns the people of the town that he will return if they do not offer Logan a decent burial and if they kill any prostitute. Then he lives the town. The main characters of the film are William Munny, Little Bill, Ned Logan and Schofield Kid. Conflict occurs when Little Bill gives unsatisfying justice to
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