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HARBOR DRIFT

Jenseits der Straße - Eine Tragödie des Alltags

Directed by Leo Mittler
Germany, 1929
Drama

Synopsis

For its representation of late Weimar society, Harbour Drift is a valuable social document, amalgamating as it does elements of German Expressionism, Soviet montage and Neue Sachlichkeit, the third a blunt, unflinching style especially evident in the sidewalk sequences which bookend the film.

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Synopsis

For its representation of late Weimar society, Harbour Drift is a valuable social document, amalgamating as it does elements of German Expressionism, Soviet montage and Neue Sachlichkeit, the third a blunt, unflinching style especially evident in the sidewalk sequences which bookend the film.

Harbor DriftDirected byLeo Mittler

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Awards & Festivals

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BFI London Film Festival
2013

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