At the end of the film, the hero repeats this camera movement.

However, the low-budget Lewis tended to use standing sets of Western towns; nothing in his films is remotely as expensive or as custom made as the sets in .

The end of the shot introduces Glenn Ford into the film.

None of the films show or hint that the menfriends are having sex with the hero.

The father is joyously reunited with his children at the film's end.

It's the last half of the movie that really gets your blood flowing after the hell that came before, as she fights back by crawling into the walls and defending herselfwith wild viciousness as the soldiers grow increasingly frustrated.

At the end of the film, there is a striking variation.

In the films of the great color stylist Vincente Minnelli, brown clothes tend to be worn by men behaving badly, such as mob enforcers, or sexual oppressors like the mean coach in .


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As her lustful obsessions take over, reality and fantasy blend as dark incestuous memories are awakened, the devil in the mirror takes over andpulls her into a bizarre, comic orgy, then a hellish desert of insane perversions.

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In his feature films, these include the devious undercover hero of , and the determined and independent cop in , whose white dress shirt seems to glow in Alton's photography.

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The complete waste of his life also overshadowed the light tone of the movie, and the ironic, wellwritten, and very poetic circular ending of the movie did not help enough either.

Oddly, this subplot is never resolvedat the end of the film.

The writers pile on themysteries, questions and flashbacks within flashbacks, too much in fact, so much so that the end of the movie seemingly fails to tie it all together.

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However, such Lewis films also tend to depict the victims of the rich as sympathetic small businesses, such as the freight company in , or the telegraph company in .

The Ending Fatigue trope as used in popular culture

The heroine is stretched out on a smallsandy region surrounded by water; this is like the small tuftof grass with the couple at the end of , alsosurrounded by water. (1946) is more a curiosity, than a coherentmovie experience.