Although heavy on the ochre tones (just like many of the early stuff in The Godfather), it's an exquisite visual treat to watch the work of Darius Khondji on The Immigrant. Almost refreshing in these days of ubiquitous naturalism to have real composed shots that are not handheld or where the film wasn't "hosed down" and constructed in the edit. Just honest classical cinematography.
The slight ProMisting Khondji drapes the old lenses with adds a great visual feel. Feels fresh as well - haven't seen much of that used recently. Film has its flaws, but it looks amazing (if a little too yellow at times). Please watch it just for the cinematography, even if story or period might leave you cold.