Make a New York waterfront movie today—now that the action has moved to cost-effective New Jersey container ports—and it would have to be about a city planning commission hearing on building an Ikea store with maybe a planning member having sex with a condo developer at the Brooklyn Motor Inn. They would discuss mixed use and truck honking. Thank God for MOMA's program of films that chronicle the changing waterfront over the decades. The studio features are all from the good old days when longshoremen hit each other over the heads with pipes and oh, there was payroll-padding and loading rackets and guys chewing sandwiches and saying... More >>>