There’s something about Richard Farnsworth’s manner that lowers one’s blood pressure significantly. Does it make his films boring? That’s a matter of taste. A longtime Hollywood stuntman, Farnsworth slowly built an acting career, mostly through Westerns, until solidifying his brief stardom with the 1982 Canadian classic, “The Grey Fox.” Based on a turn-of-the-century true story, he plays an aging, post-prison gentleman bandit who takes up train robbery as his new vocation. Farnsworth’s expressive eyes and willing silence are perfect to play a smooth criminal clinging to his identity while making sense of changing times. You’ll gladly hand over your loot.