Night of the Following Day

1969, Mystery & thriller, 1h 33m

8 Reviews 500+ Ratings

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Two men (Marlon Brando, Richard Boone), a drug addict (Rita Moreno) and her brother kidnap a young woman for ransom in France.

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  • Dec 17, 2014
    Neither great nor terrible this middling thriller has a good cast and some nice location shooting but never really engages the viewer.
    jay n Super Reviewer
  • Mar 23, 2009
    When it comes to certain actors, I admit that I have a soft spot. Marlon Brando is one of those actors. I wouldn't say this is a terrible movie by any means, but it's a strange misfire that is as incoherent at times as it is compelling. The directorial vision and the aims of the screenplay are blurry, but it ends up being a fairly satisfying experience anyways. Brando ferociously meshes performance and reality in a sadly underrated piece of acting. This film is worth watching for him alone.
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