Passed | | Crime, Drama, Film-Noir
A struggling young father-to-be gives in to temptation and impulsively steals money from the office of a shady lawyer - with catastrophic consequences.
About 44 minutes into the movie, our hero enters a bar under the Third Avenue El, The building number is 915, and you can barely make out the writing on the front window: Clarke's Cafe. That's none other than P.J. Clarke's at 915 Third Ave., still there and barely changed.
Captain Walter Anderson:
New York City: an architectural jungle where fabulous wealth and the deepest squalor live side by side. New York: the busiest, the loneliest, the kindest, and the cruelest of cities. I live here and work here. My name is Walter Anderson. I'm one of ...
When Joe is looking for Harriet, he is seen leaving the front of Marie's Crisis Cafe. Then in the next shot he appears to be inside the same place - note the pattern of the iron grating on the double windows and their location in each shot.