Side Street is a 1949 Farley Granger noir film. It's got a story and script by Sydney Boehm and it's directed by Anthony Mann. Sydney would write about 30 films, including When Worlds Collide, The Big Heat and The Tall Man. Anthony would direct 42 films in his career and I've seen several of them.
Cathy O'Donnell and Farley are a couple with problems. She's about to have a baby, they have little money, the usual thing. Farley decides to steal $30,000 from a shady lawyer. It's not a good idea and bad things happen. Soon Farley is in well over his head. People are chasing him, people are dying.
Much of the movie was shot in New York City and it all looks great. Mann opens the movie with a nice helicopter tracking shot looking down into the canyons of Manhattan. It ends with a cool car chase on those same streets.
It's a good film that scores a deserved 7.1 on the IMDb. It's worth a look for those that like the genre. I don't see Farley in many movies so that was a nice thing. There's a commentary by film historian Richard Schickel that was pretty interesting.