Godless (2017)
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Un incident la Creede 

After fleeing from his outlaw gang, led by the ultra-violent Frank Griffin, Roy Goode takes refuge in La Belle. a New Mexico town mysteriously made up of women. But how long until his old friends come looking for him?


Scott Frank


Scott Frank




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack O'Connell ... Roy Goode
Michelle Dockery ... Alice Fletcher
Scoot McNairy ... Bill McNue
Merritt Wever ... Mary Agnes
Thomas Brodie-Sangster ... Whitey Winn
Tantoo Cardinal ... Iyovi
Sam Waterston ... Marshal John Cook
Jeff Daniels ... Frank Griffin
John C. Cooke John C. Cooke ... Cook's Posse #1
Monty Stuart Monty Stuart ... Cook's Posse #2
Kayleigh Maes ... 17 Year Old Girl
Samuel Marty ... Truckee
Patrick Carlyle ... Dr. Elijah Graham
Adam David Thompson ... Gatz Brown
Keith Jardine ... Dyer Howe


After fleeing from his outlaw gang, led by the ultra-violent Frank Griffin, Roy Goode takes refuge in La Belle. a New Mexico town mysteriously made up of women. But how long until his old friends come looking for him?

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Drama | Western

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Release Date:

22 November 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New Mexico, USA See more »

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Did You Know?


Jeff Daniels (Frank Griffin) & Sam Waterston (Marshal John Cook) also worked together on The Newsroom (2012) as Will McAvoy & Charlie Skinner respectively. See more »


When Frank Griffin ties his arm in back of the saddle the fingers are facing to the right side of the horse. When he rides into the church, with no indication he and his men had stopped, or camped, no reason for the arm to have been removed, the fingers are now facing to the left of the horse. See more »


Marshal John Cook: Miss Dunne, if I'd had me a teacher pretty as you, I don't think I'd have learned a darn thing.
Callie Dunne: Oh, I don't know, Marshal. I can be pretty persuasive.
Marshal John Cook: I have no doubt.
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this ain't my death..
18 June 2019 | by Arth_JoshiSee all my reviews


Scott Frank, the creator, of this western drama has got style. Not the Clint Eastwood kind. There is no hat-tilting or tobacco-chewing or loud guns fired in a bar; I would say, this is another achievement of the series, since it never has any drunk bar fights, no matter how tempting. It has presumably the panache of being in some James Bond-ish film. The spy like figurines float about or ride about in this series and sexiness is what oozes from them. To be fair, it is also gorgeous to look at; despite of few cringe worthy images, lately it looks like, these artists are working aplenty in details, just for the authenticity.

But the locations are easy on the eyes for sure. Also it grounds the field impeccably on screen. The live locations are pitched to us just as the ideas are, you don't need 3d glasses to feel like you are in it. Another advantage is how Frank is obsessed with stealing moments on one frame, that glorifies and celebrates this tale from all directions. Among many well spread out and three dimensional characters, Jeff Daniels ought to feel pretty with a juicy role like such.

And it is not just the generosity and cruelty of his character- such opposite sides of the coin is displayed in all the other characters too- but the philosophy he has in his pocket. He enters the room and he owns it and he leaves the room with whistle-blowing smile-plastering magnetic one-liners, you ought to feel happy like a four year old boy. Scott Frank has had a fair share of his moments in Godless, but what I love about the most, is how smoothly he transitions time in narration. Those very elements that helps him drive safe home, were trailed right in front of you, that went unnoticed by.

Un Incident La Creede

The flashbacks packs a punch and the present, humility. The showdown of the aftermath of the battle isn't picturized by reserved vocab but disclosure of the wounds. As far as fear is concerned, there is no need for snakes, you have got a wounded Jeff Daniels to make your opponent writhe right on spot.

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