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The Docks of New York
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The Docks of New York

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In a dramatic atmosphere, the movie follows Bill who has been working for some time under the chairmanship of a man named Andy who is by all accounts managing severely with his specialists. Ringer is amazed to discover a young lady in the ocean endeavoring to confer suicide however oppose, Bill moves to spare her and take her to the salon specialists. Later the merger starts, however Andy intercedes in that relationship.
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September 19, 2014

Josef von Sternberg enjoys a challenge, so he pulls into Borzage's waterfront to suppress and heighten emotionalism with sang-froid deadpans.
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September 04, 2010

... a turn-of-the-century bowery answer to Sunrise, with a romantic idealism fighting its way out of hard-scrabble lives and resigned characters of the waterfront culture.
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May 24, 2007

Seedy waterfront silent melodrama that sizzles with a smoky atmosphere.
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February 27, 2009

Von Sternberg is a director of situations, not of suspense -- it is his mastery of the subtle eye-line interplay of silent cinema, his command of mise-en-scene and mood, that makes the love between these characters credible.
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Q Network Film Desk
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August 28, 2010

visually evocative and narratively intriguing, such that even its generally terrible ending can't quite undermine the overall sense that you have just seen something profoundly of its time and ahead of it
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September 19, 2014

The film's romantic fatalism is compelling, and von Sternberg creates some stunning imagery out of his lowlife settings.
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March 16, 2010

In a way lost to contemporary social-work movies, von Sternberg's unsentimental poetic realism ennobles his lower-class protagonists through beauty. Classic.
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February 20, 2009

In other hands, this could have been a pretty ordinary dimestore romance, but Sternberg gives it depth and, as a result, greatness.
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New York Times
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October 16, 2007

It fulfills their requirements, somewhat obscure to this reviewer, of rhythm, plasticity and unity. In simpler and more popular terms, it seems to be exceptionally good motion picture entertainment.
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October 16, 2007

The Docks of New York is really a director's and cinematographer's picture if ever there was one and on that account it's nothing less than masterly.
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October 16, 2007

It's a corking program picture, thanks to George Bancroft, a good story and Julian Johnson's titles.
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February 27, 2013

Sternberg suppresses direct emotional appeal to concentrate on something infinitely fine: a series of minute, discrete moral discoveries and philosophical realignments among his characters.
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