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It had eight Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, and three wins.
The plotline was based on the short story by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Proulx and an Oscar-winning adaptation for the screen by the team of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Larry Mc Murtry and Diana Ossana.
Later that night after sharing dinner with them, he slept in Laura's bed, and when he drove off the next morning, the two both bid him goodbye - one in the bathrobe and the other in a bikini.
Gustavo Santaolalla's original music score accounted for the film's third and final Oscar win.
It was made by major A-list film-maker and Best Director-winning Ang Lee, and featured major stars in a story about a secret lifelong bond and longing for love (forbidden).
The two young men in the early-mid 1960s were: The two grew close while herding sheep in the summer on an isolated Wyoming mountain, including scenes of them skinny-dipping, sharing a hungry kiss, and having an under-one-minute sexual encounter in a shared sleeping bag in a two-man tent -- and years later reuniting in a motel bed.
However, some conservative Catholic organizations cited the film as "morally offensive" for its open portrayal of a homosexual relationship, and others criticized the film as sexually propagandistic.