Approved | | Crime, Drama, Thriller
4 May 2008 | Righty-Sock (email@example.com)
10 | Kazan's film constitutes an extraordinary tour de force of fluid direction and nervous, edgy acting
"On the Waterfront" is basically the story of one man, Terry Malloy, a young dock worker with a little, and ...
Marlon Brando later wrote in his autobiography, Songs My Mother Taught Me, that the film "was really a metaphorical argument" by Elia Kazan and Budd Schulberg: "They made the film to justify finking on their friends. Evidently, as Terry Malloy, I represented the spirit of the brave, ... ...
You take it from here, Slugger.
When Terry sets up Joey Doyle it's already dark outside, but when the camera pans up to the roof where the killers are waiting, the sky is still light.
Opening credits are shown over a bamboo-type mat background.
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