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the last of the mohicans
• Posted by: annette   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2006, at 9:50 p.m.
• IP Address: 95-86.8-67.swfla.res.rr.com

This was the most beautifully written score and movie, that I have ever seen and heard. The music stirred my soul and reminded me of what love truly consists of. I saw this movie 15 times. And even as I write this opinion, I am looking forward to investigating it yet again. Hawkeye and Uncas are truly the most beautiful and sensual men that I have ever seen on film. Their personalities conveyed a deep carnal and earthy nature that the modern day actor can't seem to achieve. I have never seen such primal sexuality without removal of any clothing or sexual contact ever presented on screen, like that of these two gorgeous men!!! Somebody, please make a follow up movie for us die hard (female) fans.

Annette






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