The Hi-Lo Country
A couple of ranchers experience romantic complications when they both fall truly, madly and deeply in love with a married woman in post World War II Mexico.
Director Frears says that Harrelson -- who took on his role after Sean Penn couldn’t come to terms on his salary -- "[is] very believable as a cowboy." Considering he’s already played one on screen once (The Cowboy Way) that’s not surprising. Heck, you could even say he’s played a cowboy twice if you count Money Train as a western -- two guys with guns, a train robbery, a woman they’re both in love with ... sound like a familiar theme?