Plot – "Hostiles" is set in 1892 and tells the story of two bitter enemies of the American Indian Wars that are forced to meet for the last time. Captain Joseph Blocker, former war hero that now works in a penitentiary, and Yellow Hawk, a Cheyenne war chief that has been captured, have to participate in an advertising campaign that aims at consolidating the importance of Capt. Blocker's commanding officer. Stuck in Fort Berringer, a small camp in New Mexico, Yellow Hawk has to be set free by Blocker and taken back to the Cheyenne territory in Montana. The man, though, is dying and after his death his family will be enclosed in a reservation. Blocker believes that the war chief should have had died in a prison, but he is threatened to be sent if front of the Martial Court when he refuses to take back his enemy to his home.
All actors – Scott Shepherd, Rosamund Pike, Ava Cooper, Stella Cooper, David Midthunder, Gray Wolf Herrera, Christian Bale, Rory Cochrane, Jonathan Majors, John Benjamin Hickey, Stafford Douglas, Stephen Lang, Bill Camp, Wes Studi, Jesse Plemons, Timothée Chalamet, Adam Beach, Xavier Horsechief, Q'orianka Kilcher, Tanaya Beatty, Peter Mullan, Austin Rising, Robyn Malcolm, Ryan Bingham, Paul Anderson, Ben Foster, Scott Anderson, Boots Southerland, Dicky Eklund Jr., Scott Wilson, Brian Duffy, Richard Bucher, Luce Rains, James Cady, Charles Ash, Makayah Crowfoot, Cassandra Rochelle Fetters, Suzanne Roxanne Fortner, Christopher Hagen, Kenny Harragarra, Sharon Anne Henderson, Jack Jackson, Derek Lacasa, Gentry Lee, David Loving, Diana Navarrete, Christian Pedersen, Anastasia Peralta, Gonzalo Robles, Rod Rondeaux, David Whiteshow all
“Hostiles” Quotes 6 quotes
“If I did not have faith, what would I have?”
“- Captain Joseph J. Blocker: You have never seen the look of war. You have no idea.
- Jeremiah Wilks: No.
- Captain Joseph J. Blocker: No idea what it does to a man. I've killed savages; I've killed plenty of 'em - 'cause that's my fucking job.
- Jeremiah Wilks: And from what I hear, Captain, there was never a man happier in his work.”
“Let me tell you something, Captain. Aside from losing one's mind, there is very little to do for an old Captain besides sit and whittle and whistle and wait for the postman to bring him his pension check. It would just be a damn shame for a man such as yourself, who's put in the time, to come up short in the end.”
“Understand this: When we lay our heads down here, we're all prisoners.”
“I've killed everything that's walked or crawled. If you do it enough, you get used to it.”