Movie: High Noon (1952)
- The span of the film's happenings is just about the same as the film's running duration and that makes it special. The screenplay helps the cause by maintaining a tense tempo.
- The Ballad that gets played and its background music version are terrific compositions.
- The role of Gary Cooper as the Marshall earns respect; Grace Kelly is all grace and so is the Mexican lady.
- The dialogues are crisp and there are some very intense scenes - the bar, church room & hotel sequences.