Night Without Sleep

Night Without Sleep

Awaking one morning out of a drunken stupor, composer Richard Morton can't shake the feeling he has murdered a woman during the night.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:77 minutes
  • Release:1952
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:memory loss,   alcohol,  

Awaking one morning out of a drunken stupor, composer Richard Morton can't shake the feeling he has murdered a woman during the night. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Walter M (ru) wrote: "Trucker" starts with Diane(Michelle Monaghan) taking a short break from her job as a truck driver by having sex in a motel room before resuming her drive home to California. While there, she hangs out with her married friend Runner(Nathan Fillion) who she drops off drunkenly on his front porch before walking the rest of the way home. When she gets there, she is unpleasantly surprised to find Jenny(Joey Lauren Adams), the wife of her ex-husband Len(Benjamin Bratt), who tells her that due to his illness and her prior commitments, she cannot take care of Len and Diane's 11-year old son Peter(Jimmy Bennett, of "No Ordinary Family") and leaves him with a very reluctant Diane. Not having anywhere else to turn, she takes him on a run to Oklahoma City to which he responds with the amount of enthusiasm one would expect. Aided by an emotionally raw performance from Michelle Monaghan, "Trucker" is a low-key character study that is thankfully not a referendum on whether women can drive trucks, since of course they can. Throughout the film, we are informed of her past in bits and pieces, becoming quite clear how tough she has gotten out of necessity over the years while not judging her. As much as she wants to control the timetable of her life, Diane has to remember that nobody is ever fully in control of their destiny. So, it is a good thing that she is never as totally alone as she thinks she is.

Rajesh C (kr) wrote: One more worse movie from him.....

Subhro R (ru) wrote: 8MM 2: THE ANAMORPHIC SCALEDOWN

adrianne h (fr) wrote: i saw already but it's been soo long that i cant rate it

Da ycl (kr) wrote: I'll have this soundtrack forever.

Tim W (ag) wrote: Based on a true story actually. I really enjoyed it. I saw it may times as a kid. It had its stupid moments, it's funny moments, its dangerous scary moments, its emotion moments, and its heroic moments. Dog's are not my thing (especially talking ones) but I liked it. Fairly cliche but it's mostly made for kids.

Douglas G (jp) wrote: Early work by actresses and director. Good early effort.

Heather M (nl) wrote: I saw this years ago, and for some reason, it's haunted me ever since. Now that it's finally on DVD I had a chance to see it again, and it's even more beautiful, eloquent, and succinct than I remembered. Just about the only John Huston film I like, and definitely the only one I love.

Jan M (us) wrote: This movie is on my top ten list, the acting is fantastic. I have seen it twelve times and have just watched it again with my son, he was in awe of the electrifying performances by Leto and Hayek 10/10