Hurry Sundown

1967, Drama, 2h 26m

9 Reviews 100+ Ratings

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After World War II, two poor Southern families block a land developer's (Michael Caine) plan.

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  • Jul 10, 2013
    A movie with race-relations, and moral agendas, but none of the film is inaccurate. Nothing amazing, but some entertaining stereotypical caricatures, well-acted.
    Pamela D Super Reviewer
  • Nov 18, 2010
    This mint julep melodrama is a hooty delight. I suppose that at the time it was meant to shine a light on racial injustice but it just comes off as a overbaked soap opera. Preminger was the wrong director for such a piece of honeyed excess, this is the type of thing at which Douglas Sirk excelled and could make trenchant observations while still entertaining the masses. Still worth watching for the cast alone. Jane Fonda gives the most enjoyable performance even if her honeychile accent comes and goes. And even as a sharecropper's wife with four kids Faye Dunaway manages to look ravishing.
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