Rodeo Town (Rodeo Town)

The town of Canadian in Texas, population of 2234 people. Within a radius of 60 miles lives only a dozen ranchers. Hundreds of such abandoned towns, ghost towns, you can see today in Texas. Why is this town an oasis of culture, tradition, old American values? Old fashioned horseback cowboys, now often riding helicopters. Cowboy and cowgirl artist. An enduring pioneer spirit and proud people with heart. The oldest rodeo in the country; a metaphor, which reflects  people’s mentality, and the town with their ups and downs. The history of the Wild West, breathtaking landscapes, old American values, that are still relevant today. Imagine a town of 2234, which has a movie theatre playing movies daily. Utopia? Yes, and it’s called Canadian Texas.

production
Poland
year
2018
genre
Documentary
language
English
directed by
Eugeniusz Starky
cast