Documentary in which the camera of Jose Luis Guerín returns, almost forty years later, to the same places where the mythical film of John Ford 'The quiet Man' was shot. The locality of ...
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Documentary in which the camera of Jose Luis Guerín returns, almost forty years later, to the same places where the mythical film of John Ford 'The quiet Man' was shot. The locality of Innisfree still keeps alive the memory of the filming among the survivors, full of historical references in the other inhabitants, as well as the particular way of seeing the life of the deep Ireland that Ford wanted to portray.Written by
Then watch that one. The argument is very good.It is about visiting Innisfree,in Ireland, the town where The Quiet Man of John Ford was filmed. Reconstructing some parts of the movie with people of the 90's and letting us know how is the life nowadays in the little town of Innisfree. Slow motion with no movements of camera at all. A sort of documentary: with no doubt a delicatessen to pedant film critics all over the world.
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