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Surname: 1Name:Instructor:Course:Date:The Films of John FordTheme:John Ford is a great film director who has a clearer personal vision and consistent visualstyle which are very evident in his characters and ideas.A brilliant director, Ford’s films express the unique experiences of the American people and their endorsement of their common unity of purpose (Russell p62). Although his heroes appear to be loners and outsiders who speak more through actions, their conflict with the society reflect the larger American experience, a profound esthetic awareness for the American history aswell as the frontier spirit. Ford’s compositions bring into perspective the people as well as their typical settings beautifully put into contrast (Russell p62). These features are even more so evident in the Stagecoach, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, and The Grapes of Wrath. Stagecoach, for instance, narrates a journey that brings people together, people from different walks of life and professions, but who are brought together by destiny. The movie majorly plays like a collection of timeless clichés (Browne p32). A woman goes into labor pain yet the doctor seems clueless and instead shouts, “Boil water! And lots of it!” There are instances when the viewer will encounter a good-hearted prostitute, a shifty gambler, an evil