A genre-busting Western where there is no law, no good guys; only the bad and the worse. Frank Hardin is no stranger to the unlawful West; he is a killer. However, because of a tragic event, he must battle his own worst enemy.
“Redemption” just needs the first three letters of the word “redemption” for its title: Red. This name is appropriate because there is a whole lot of blood shed in this movie, about as much as I have ever seen in a film. People are shot with blood splattering and spurting, several people are shot in the head with holes clearly shown, and a pool of blood forms under one man’s head. The plot revolves around a man named Frank Hardin. He joined some men in robbing a Mexican family, which was all Frank planned on. But the men killed the entire family except for a young woman who was turned into a prostitute. Frank seeks to set her free.
Unfortunately, Frank’s quest is the only redeeming quality in the entire film. It is filled with strong language and several utterances of the “F” word, in addition to “GD” and “J” and just about every other profanity you can imagine. It also features full frontal female nudity, in addition to a few scenes of men and women having sex with very little left to the imagination. It also features a minister who rides off with his guns, ready to be the arm of God’s vengeance. This one is not even close to being family friendly. It is bloody and should be avoided.