Concrete Cowboy, a heartfelt drama starring Idris Elba and Stranger Things’ Caleb McLaughlin as an estranged father and son who bond when Elba’s Harp introduces McLaughlin’s Cole to his band of North Philadelphia cowboys, is Netflix’s first big April update. Ricky Staub co-wrote and directed the film, which shows a real community of people fighting to remain alive in the United States while still telling a touching tale with an ensemble cast. Let’s speak about the conclusion of Concrete Cowboy.
Here’s a friendly SPOILER warning for the conclusion of Concrete Cowboy before we get any further into the plot. This review will delve into the film’s main plot points. Before proceeding, we recommend that you watch the critically acclaimed film on Netflix. Now it’s time to dissect what happened at the conclusion of Idris Elba’s latest film:
A couple of dramatic events mark the end of Concrete Cowboy. First, Animal Control gets involved with the Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club after reports of malnourishment among some of the horses surface. The Animal Control officer informs the irate riders that some of the horses would have to be taken to their facilities for entry. Cole, played by Caleb McLaughlin, has grown close to the group and some of the animals, so he’s just as angry as the other cowboys.