Robert Duvall’s Still Got It In ‘A Night In Old Mexico’


It’s no surprise that Robert Duvall is a cantankerous (and charming) old coot in his new film, A Night in Old Mexico, helmed by the Spanish director and composer Emilio Aragón. The 83-year-old is still in fine and feisty form as Red Bovie, an old cowboy forced off his land by developers turning the area into sad excuses for “ranchettes.” Rather than live out his days in a trailer home, Red takes off for a Mexican border town with Gally (Jeremy Irvine, War Horse), the cowboy-wannabe grandson he has only just met due to a 40-year estrangement with his only son.

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Robert Duvall’s Still Got It In A Night In Old Mexico