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Dark Western movie.

Searching for that movie (Western or early 20th century) in which a man runs a forest/wood company. Then a woman turns up (a rightful heire?). Frictions between them and the workers lead to action and drama. And yes, there is a large fire as a result. Atmosphere is dark and violent (Deadwood/Hell On Wheels style).
asked Mar 20, 2017 in Name That Movie by Tarkus (11 points)

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This sounds like Serenastarring Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.  See

answered Mar 20, 2017 by jennimparker (86 points)
selected Mar 20, 2017 by Tarkus
Thank you soooo much! Spot on! Excellent!
You're welcome. How about a "Best Answer" vote? :)
Thank you. SERENA was dark, but I thought it was a good film, and it was interesting to see the Jennifer Lawrence/Bradley Cooper pairing in a period piece.