Quiet tale of a celluloid classic
For better or worse, John Ford’s Oscar winning 1952 fantasy, The Quiet Man, stands as the quintessential cinematic representation of Ireland and has influenced subsequent films made here, by Hollywood and by ourselves.
The Quiet Man . . . and Beyond Reflections on a Classic Film, John Ford and Ireland
Edited by Seán Crosson and Rod Stoneman
The Liffey Press, €22.95
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