Big Sky on the Big Screen: Walking Out With Alex and Andrew Smith

Grandiose mountains, rolling plains covered with fields of wheat and barley, a romantic myth of cowboys and Indians and the mystique of the West.

These images are what people conjure up when thinking of Montana. Few people immediately think of drought, hardship, social isolation, alcoholism, aloofness, and a set of cold, distant variables understood only through the lens of uncommon insularity. But those who know the history of Montana know both the good and bad are part of its sprawling heritage.

via Huffpost

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