Загрузка The film employed many actors from the Irish theatre including Barry Fitzgerald's brother Arthur Shields well extr from the Irish countryside and it is one of the few Hollywood movies in which the Irish language can be heard Filming commenced on June 7 1951. All of the outdoor scenes were shot on location in Ireland in County Mayo and County Galway The inside scenes were filmed toward the end of July at the Republic Studios in Hollywood. Sean had been a boxer in the United States a heavyweight challenger known "Trooper Thorn." After accidentally killing an opponent in the ring Sean hung up his gloves vowing never to fight again This is known to only one person in the village the Church of Ireland minister the Rev Playfair (Arthur Shields) who once upon a time had been the lightweight champion and so understands Thornton's internal conflict over. It w first releed on DVD Decem by Artisan Home Entertainment It w also releed 4 years later on a Collector's edition DVD on Octo by Artisan The Special features on this edition include "The Making of the Quiet Man" Documentary with Leonard Maltin and "The Joy of Ireland" Documentary with Maureen O'Hara and Andrew V McLaglen and "Remembering The Quiet Man Montage" On Janu Olive Films releed The Quiet Man on DVD and for the first time on Blu-ray a 60th Anniversary Special edition It included the documentary "The Making of the Quiet Man" with Leonard Maltin. Загрузка Загрузка Audio ©2005 Nick Sanabria: lt language viewer discretion is advised. Sean unschooled in Irish customs cares nothing about the dowry but to Mary Kate the dowry represents her independence identity and pride She feels psionately and intensely that the dowry is hers and is needed to validate her to Sean Angered and shamed by Sean's refusal to confront her brother and demand what is legally hers she brands him a coward and despite living together they are estranged husband and wife In the morning they find that others in the village had visited Will and pressured him to return Mary Kate's furniture but could not make him pay the 350 pounds of. In the aftermath it is shown that Will and the Widow Tillane begin courting and "peace is returned to Inisfree" When lt seen Mary Kate h whispered something in Sean's ear and the couple is shown trotting back to their house in the middle of the day. In 2010 there w a documentary called Dreaming The Quiet Man made about the journey and making of The Quiet Man It w narrated by Gabriel Byrne and had interviews with Peter Bogdanovich Martin Scorsese Charles F Fitzsimons and Maureen O'Hara It w releed on DVD and Blu-ray for the first time. Загрузка The upbeat melody comically hummed by Michaeleen Oge Flynn and later played on the accordion is the "Rakes of Mallow" A portion of the Irish version of "The Wild Colonial Boy" is played throughout the film When Maureen O'Hara died in October 2015 her family stated she listened to music from The Quiet Man during her final hours. Filmmaker George A Romero w also said to have died listening to. Загрузка Загрузка Загрузка Загрузка плейлистов The Quiet Man h a 90% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes with the critical consensus stated "Director John Ford and star John Wayne depart the Western for the Irish countryside and the result is a beautifully photographed often comedic romance." The film w also a financial success grossing $3.8 million in its first year of relee This w among the top ten grosses of the year. It w the seventh most popular film for British audiences. Загрузка Загрузка Загрузка In an attempt to force Sean to confront Will Mary Kate leaves him and boards a train departing Ctletown and headed to Dublin Sean hears from Michaleen that she left for the station and drags her off the train Followed by a crowd of townspeople he forces her to walk with him the five miles back to Inisfree and directly to the Danaher farm Sean demands that Will hand over her dowry When Will refuses he throws Mary Kate back at Will saying that "no dowry no " is their custom not his; shocking the two and shaming Will into finally paying the monetary portion of his sister's dowry Sean promptly throws the money into a nearby furnace which Mary Kate holds open showing that Mary Kate never cared about the money but only what it represented. One of the conditions that Republic placed on Ford w that the film run under two hours However the finished picture w two hours and nine minutes When screening the film for Republic executives Ford stopped the film at approximately two hours in on the verge of the climactic fistfight Republic executives relented and allowed the film to run its full length. It w one of the few films that Republic filmed in Technicolor; most of the studio's other color films were made in a more economical process known Trucolor. Загрузка After a proud Mary Kate announces so all can hear that she will now return home to prepare his supper and departs Will throws a punch at Sean and is dropped by Sean's vicious right hook to the gut A long memorable fistfight ensues between the two drawing crowds from miles around They slug it out through the village stop for a drink admit grudging mutual respect for each other and disagree over who is to pay for the porter they are drinking Sean ends the fight by clocking Danneher on the jaw hard enough to smh him through the pub's door knocking him out Then somewhat drunk the two return to Sean and Mary Kate's home for supper where it is implied the rift is healed Sean regains Mary Kate's love and respect. The film w something of a departure for Wayne and Ford who were both known mostly for Westerns and other action-oriented films It w also a departure for Republic Pictures which backed Ford in what w considered a risky venture at the time It w the only time the studio known for low budget B-movies releed a film that would receive an Oscar nomination for Best Picture. Загрузка
Ford read the story in 1933 and soon purched the rights to it for $10 The story's author w paid another $2,500 when Republic bought the idea and he received a final payment of $3,750 when the film w actually made. Republic Pictures agreed to finance the film with O'Hara and Wayne starring and Ford directing but only if all three agreed to first film a Western with Republic They did and after completing Rio Grande they headed for Ireland to start shooting. Обработка Загрузка Смотрите видео на YouTube без рекламы Обработка Загрузка Загрузка Обработка The Quiet Man won the Academy Award for Best Director for John Ford his fourth and for Best Cinematography In 2013 the film w selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress being "culturally historically or aesthetically significant".