Cinematographer Darius Khondji talks to Film Society Lincoln Center about his work on James Gray's The Immigrant . He says of capturing the film's period, "I always wanted to imagine myself in the era and represent the time that way. We walked ... Digital Cinematography, 2 months ago
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As we live in a fast food, sequel filled world it is a rare thing to get a movie that resonates on a purely emotional and significant level. " The Immigrant " is one of those rare kind of films that manages to embrace a grim reality but still ...Examiner.com, 1 month ago
James Gray's The Immigrant is the best movie in theatres right now, a work of nuanced writing, eruptive emotion, and vast psychological complexity. It would seem to have little to do with the overwhelming yet empty spectacle of Gareth Edwards's ...New Yorker, 2 months ago The Immigrant and the American dream Boston Globe, 2 months ago Movie review: 'The Immigrant': Irresistibly grim San Francisco Chronicle, 2 months ago The Immigrant Review [Video] The Guardian Express, 2 months ago
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Floating in past a misty Statue of Liberty, James Gray's "The Immigrant" somberly gathers its majesty as a metaphor-rich story of passage and survival. It's an old tale told with rare precision, channeling grand themes into an intimate melodrama. ...Malta Independent Daily, 2 months ago 'The Immigrant' Raises Marion Cotillard to a Select Pantheon The New Republic Online, 2 months ago 'Immigrant' a grim but quite beautiful Ellis Island tale Houston Chronicle, 2 months ago Review: 'The Immigrant' ★★ Chicago Tribune, 2 months ago
On Ellis Island in the 1920s, Ewa and Magda are Polish sisters waiting in a line to enter the United State and take their chance at the American dream. Ewa ( Marion Cotillard ) is excited, if nervous, the latter due to Magda's ( Angela Sarafyan ) ...Examiner.com, 2 months ago Review - The Immigrant Examiner.com, 2 months ago
At the start of The Immigrant, Polish refugee sisters Ewa (Marion Cotillard) and Magda (Angela Sarafyan) are thrilled to arrive at Ellis Island in 1923 New York. Their happiness is short-lived, though. Magda is diagnosed with tuberculosis and ...Miami Herald, 2 months ago 'The Immigrant' is a welcome arrival Miami Herald, 2 months ago
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