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A Restored My Darling Clementine Returns to the Big Screen at Film Forum

  14.01.22 10:41am

John Ford is often called a great American filmmaker, but rarely a national poet. He filled space with silence and introspective breaks as well as any Frost or Stevens could, though, even when his subject was as dynamic as the settling of the West.

Read about it here: http://www.villagevoice.com/2014-01-22/film/my-darling-clementine-1946/