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John Ford United States, 1933

Duncan Gray's rating of the film Pilgrimage

In which Ford picks up where Murnau and Griffith left off. The silent film comparison is instructive, as wide sections of this early talkie—especially Act 1—would play better without dialogue, just letting the storms and the moonlight do the talking. Act 3 is far too pat, but what comes in between shows how much Ford was concerned with loss and regret, and how his view of pre-modern America explored contradictions.