A stage play called “Brokeback Mountain” will premiere on March 28th, according to foreign media reports, with the story of two cowboys falling in love and entwined on the mountain being repeated.
The West End premiere of “Everyone talks about Jamie” will be on May 10th this year. Jonathan Butler directed the film, which stars Jonathan Hutchison and Mike Fest as Ennis and Jack, and is an adaptation of Anne Proud’s novel. It features original songs and musical elements.
Diana Osana and Larry McMurray wrote the script for “Brokeback Mountain,” a 2005 film directed by Ang Lee and produced by Diana Ward. The movie is an adaptation of the 1997 short story “Breaking New Ground” by Anne Proud, featuring Heath Ledger, Jack Gyllenhaal, Anne Hathaway, and Michelle Williams. It tells the story of how two men experienced deep love and sexual intimacy in the western United States from 1963 to 1983.
Brokeback Mountain received the Golden Lion Award from the Venice Film Festival and was awarded Best Picture and Best Director awards at various film and group events, including the British Academy of Motion Picture & Television Arts, the Gold Gloves, American Producers Association, The Film Critics’ Choice Award, and the Independent Spirit Award. It also received eight nominations at the 78th Academy Awards, which included Best Directors, Best Adapted Screenplay, And Best Film Score.
The story centers around Ennis Dalma, who was raised by his siblings after his parents passed away in a car accident. He grew up in an impoverished small farm on the border of Wyoming and Utah. Despite not finishing high school, he survived and is now engaged to Elmia Bilth.
Ennis and Jack were always at the campsite, and he had to spend the night with the sheep. He spent several hours walking daily between the camp and the grassland. They are compatible individuals who take care of each other and share both rest and work schedules. One evening, Ennial stumbled when she couldn’t return to the location of the animals due to excessive alcohol consumption. Jack took out a blanket and let him camp by the fire.
After three months of being separated, Ennis and Elma got married in Riverton, Wyoming. They moved back to the US and began a family affair, with Ennell working hard for four years and later having two daughters.
Until one day, Ennis was taken aback by Jack’s postcard, in which he mentioned his imminent arrival in Riverton and his desire to be with her. On the day of their encounter, she almost felt like crying out loud for him as she kissed him and left the house. However, Elma witnessed everything happening by the window upstairs and felt betrayed and hurt.
Ennis and Jack, who had been away for a long time, went to the motel to warm up. They realized that their love was not enough to prevent them from abandoning their wives and children, so they could only agree to spend secretly time together under the angle of fishing. After meeting, Jack expressed his desire for the two of them to live together, but Enrises turned down the offer. He said that he had witnessed slain gay farmer with tyre pry bar during his childhood, saying that it was “garment him to marry such circumstances.”
After a brief break from working odd jobs, Ennis and Jack encountered each other again while walking through Wyoming’s mountains and rivers. They never made it back to Brokeback Mountain, leaving Jack uncertain about whether their ending will be happy. He also tried to adjust to his busy life after the marriage and even went to Mexico for sex trading but still couldn’t forget Ennell.
During his lifetime, Jack pledged to scatter his ashes on Brokeback Mountain, and Ennis went to her hometown to take his own ash. Jack’s father revealed that during his annual return to his hometown, he mentioned the possibility of getting divorced and moving to a nearby small house with Enris to start his family and run his parents’ farm. However after his death, an unexpected decision was made with eavesdroppers in Texas.
Eventually, Ennis’s eldest daughter drove to visit and invited him to her wedding. She remembered Jack with all her heart, but it was sadness that she had to say goodbye to him after his daughter’d marriage. Joyous in comparison, especially since she never relied on her father so much as accepted the invitation; then upon seeing her husband walk out the door, both eyes smiled. A postcard of Brokeback Mountain was left behind by another woman when she opened the wardrobe.