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Jessica Chastain plays the artist who painted Sitting Bull in the inert history lesson 'Woman Walks Ahead'

In "Woman Walks Ahead," a handsome snooze of a historical drama, Jessica Chastain plays Catherine Weldon, a widowed New York City artist who travels to a North Dakota reservation in 1890 hoping to paint a portrait of the famous Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux Chief Sitting Bull (Michael Greyeyes).

The real-life particulars were somewhat different, as they often are. Weldon's given name was Caroline, not Catherine. She was divorced, not widowed, and her 1889

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