With Gary Cooper and a radiant Grace Kelly, High Noon is the tale of a dutiful sheriff deserted by the cowardly townspeople he has served as a gang of desperadoes descends on the town. Spare, tense, and told almost in real time, the film pares the conventional western to its bones as the sheriff stays to fight over the protests of his friends and his pacifist Quaker wife. Interpreted variously as a preachy liberal fable, an allegory of the McCarthy era and as commentary on U.S. involvement in both Korea WWII, it stands first and foremost as a fine, classic western movie.
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