A legendary Native American-hating Army captain nearing retirement in 1892 is given one last assignment: to escort a Cheyenne chief and his family through dangerous territory back to his Montana reservation.
To strengthen their couple on the verge of breaking up, Bastien and Elise set off for a hike in the woods. A few years later, Bastien has become cynical and dark. He has a relationship based on voyeurism and sadomasochism with a woman called Sarah. One night, by continually pushing their experiences farther, the young woman is shocked and decides to distance herself from her lover. She then tries to get rid of him but he ends up losing his temper and imposing her the narrative of his hike with Elise. At first perplexed as for the intentions of the man who holds her back, Sarah is gradually overwhelmed with awe when the story falls into madness and Elise and Bastien, lost in the middle of nowhere have to face a threat that is bigger than their faltering romance
U.S. Marshal Gid McCool (George Montgomery) leads a wagon train of convicted felons to Huntsville prison in this routine western. The only female among the crooks is the dancehall girl Laura Mannon (Yvonne De Carlo), McCool's former flame. When McCool cannot be swayed from completing his lawful duty, Laura tries to endear herself to shotgun rider Mike Reno (Tab Hunter) in hopes he will set her free.
Refutation of All the Judgements, Pro or Con, Thus Far Rendered on the Film "The Society of the Spectacle"