The Crowd

The Crowd

  • Director: King Vidor
  • Writer: King Vidor,John V.A. Weaver,Joseph Farnham
  • Countries of origin: United States
  • Language: None
  • Release date: March 3, 1928
  • Runtime: 1 hour 38 minutes
  • Sound mix: Silent
  • Aspect ratio: 1.33 : 1
  • Also known as: One of the Mob
  • "The Crowd" (The Crowd) is a drama film directed by American director Kim Victor , starring Eleanor Boardman and James Murray   . The film was released in the United States on February 18, 1928, but was not released domestically.
    The film tells the story of an optimistic young man who goes to New York to try his luck and finds some happiness at first, but the death of his youngest daughter puts him off the path of his life   .

    Details

    • Release date March 3, 1928
    • Filming locations Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA
    • Production companies Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

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    • By Keanu 2022-07-10 23:17:20

      There's no denying that you're just one of the crowd

      I watched this movie last night. I cried when I saw it after two o'clock in the evening, and didn't fall asleep for a long time.

      This is a silent black-and-white film with a realistic theme. It tells the story of a man whose heart is higher than the sky, but in the end he can only be a clown who has been laughed at by himself. Although filmed in a Hollywood environment, the performance of the cold society and the numb crowd is not restrained at all.

      At least in my...

    • By Bernadette 2022-07-10 20:44:45

      FIFF8丨DAY8 "The Masses" walks around the life of flowers and animals

      On the 8th screening day of the main competition unit of the 8th#Faro IslandFilm Festival#, we will bring you "The Masses". Below, we will bring you the sadness and joy of all living beings on the front line!

      Fruit trees:

      Looking at the life of flowers and animals, I have some criticisms about the rhythm of the whole film, but the...

    • By Isabel 2022-07-10 18:13:56

      Mary never left

      Mary never left

      That 340-foot little house

      After Christmas

      she said goodbye to john

      to the damn door

      Uneven floors are like stepping on a sewing machine

      wobbly

      when my daughter died

      she is also dizzy

      Cradle hand swing

      Folding bed, folding dining table, folding bowl rack

      like john's cheap trick

      Three quarters, always see only two

      The mouse squeaked when the coin was turned

      Passing through Brother Mary's...

    • By Jerel 2022-07-10 18:03:30

      Lessons learned from the crowd in this film

      The two most important points are:

      1. Don’t get married easily

      2. Don't quit your job easily after getting married

      1. How to pursue the opposite sex

      1. Speak sweet words to her and sweet words to her to make her feel that you are a romantic person;

      2. Say some arrogant words from time to time to make her think that you are a thoughtful person;

      3. Take her to the amusement park, to the beach, to the waterfall,...

    • By Garett 2022-07-10 17:01:25

      I am a member of the crowd,

      Write a review of this 100-year-old film on the last day of 2019. In the film, the dizzying high pavilion, the hustle and bustle of the crowd, and I sat in the front row of the double-decker bus, were all what I saw every day. I am about to enter the third year of this city of seven million people, and it is still unfamiliar and familiar. This year, just like Johney in the film, my Mary and I lived in the castle, took her to see the sunrise on the fields, picnics and posed for pictures;...

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    • By Kennith 2022-09-17 04:21:03

      "...because natural perception brings pauses, stops, fixed or scattered viewpoints, moving objects and even different vehicles, whereas cinematic perception is a continuous operation with a movement of which the pause itself is a part, only it A vibration of oneself." Gilles Deleuze. Film 1:...

    • By Nick 2022-09-16 13:17:00

      1. The weak, your name is a man, and you don't even have the courage to die. The plot is eternal, and the routines are always circulated; 3. At the end, he left the A crowd, entered the B crowd, and one day returned to the A crowd, "I" just finished my life; 4. Sure enough, one of the secrets of a man's success and happiness Just don't do anything, choose your wife...

    • By Candelario 2022-07-10 23:26:44

      During the light and shadow inventory period, I have seen...

    • By Cameron 2022-07-10 22:38:44

      Hollywood-style realism, a small family epic with rich details, the plot is still advanced by accident or conventional, but it still said a very cruel thing. As the final happy scene stretches to the vast sea of ​​people, the seemingly happy ending can hardly conceal the delicate...

    • By Arne 2022-07-10 21:22:03

      Compared with lonesome of the same year, the relationship between individuals and groups in the city is more critically discussed. The image of the city is one-sided but more tragic, without the complex and European atmosphere in Fejos' films. The film's micro-cameras and ceiling-camera movement show extraordinary ambition, just like John's American dream at the beginning, and behind the ambition is a group of homogenous working machines, neat and cold. Although this film emphasizes this...

    Movie plot

    Born on July 4, 1900, John Sims had a future full of unlimited potential. When John was twelve years old, when he was sitting with his friends and discussing what to do when he grew up, little John said that he must be a big man in the future. On that day, his father died. A few years later, little John had grown into a twenty-one-year-old man, and he left the small town where he had lived for many years to come to New York with great...
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    In the first half of the twentieth century, MGM was known for producing high-concept movies starring top stars, but in The Crowd, none of those elements were seen. Talented director Kim Vidor did not use the big-name actors with box-office appeal, but let his wife, Polderman, and a man from the crowd, James Mulvey, play the film's hero and heroine. Several other important characters in the film were also found in the same way. This...
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    Movie quotes

    • Mary: You'd try the patience of a Saint!

      John: You're no soothing syrup yourself!

    • Title Card: During the next five years two eventful things happened to the Simses. A baby sister was born... and John received an $8 raise.

    • John: This is the way I work! I'm the old go-getting kid!