Mia Wasikowska and David Zellner in a scene from "Damsel."
Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures via AP
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No lasses in distress need saving in Western 'Damsel'Pitiful men and their delusions of romance is the stuff of David and Nathan Zellner's clever and melancholy-western movie "Damsel," an offbeat odyssey about the foolhardy belief in the "damsel in distress" notion. The same is true in the offbeat "Damsel".The Zellners, who wrote, directed and co-star in the film, have moved to the Old West but the Coens are still close at hand. None in "Damsel" are quite up to the roles they imagine for themselves, except for Penelope – the only sane person in a movie crowded with some fools.
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