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Review: 'Falcon Song' spins a retro tale in ranch country
Review: 'Falcon Song' spins a retro tale in ranch country

There's an unfashionable earnestness to "Falcon Song," just as director Jason Brown intends. Inspired by '80s "pop cinema," he's spun a light drama around a young drifter who becomes involved with the residents of a Western town. Gabriel Sunday has low-key charisma as Syd, a musician and occasional scam artist traveling cross-country in a recent pre-digital-tech era. After a job on the rigs, he's offered a place to stay in the nearby town and is soon in the middle of a land-grab scheme engineered by a mustache-twirling villain (Martin Kove, of the "Karate Kid" movies). Syd finds himself drawn to Sarah Lou (Rainey Qualley). Her rancher...

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