High Noon is one of the western films that can move you by its existentialist themes, where an individual's values are above the societal norms and where the authenticity of being is existence. This is the story of a man who creates his own choices and stands up for the right reason when he is confronting such limit-situations as chance, suffering, conflict, guilt, and death. He is the town's marshal, Will Kane, who marries a
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Noon is representative of man's existence in the world related to his being with others. Because man has freedom, his acts are always limited to certain conditions, by uncertainties and risks, forces and moral principles. The personal liberty compels the individual to make choices, and the authentic action is what the self brings about in recognizing its own potentiality for being. Ultimately, the issue of communication leads to the relation of the self to others.