An interesting crime mystery The Night Clerk revolves around Bart a nosy Bartender with Asperger's syndrome. He sets up a camera in the rooms of the hotels he works to overcome his social awkwardness. One night he witnesses a murder and becomes the suspect. The film stars Tye Sheridan, Ana de Armas, John Leguizamo, and Helen Hunt in supporting roles. The filming was done in Utah, USA and it was directed by Michael Cristofer. The film was produced by David M. Wulf, Arianne Fraser, and Tye Sheridan for Highland Film Group, WulfPak Productions, and Convergent Media and was distributed by Saban Films. The music was composed by Erik Hall. Adept cinematography by Noah Greenberg and clear cut editing by Kristi Shimek makes it a watchable movie. The film was released on February 21, 2020, and occupies screentime of 90 minutes. An R certificate for the movie was provided by the MPAA.
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Release Date19 FEB 2020
Run Time90 MINUTES
Crime, Drama, Mystery
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The Night Clerk Reviews and Ratings
Average Review Rating : 3.6/5
Positive Review Rating : 62%
Forget the half baked investigation and quarter baked love story the real mystery here is how this movie is so boring. ( Read More )
For an alleged psychological thriller, The Night Clerk has no thrills, suspense or tension. ( Read More )
Those anticipating something more traditionally calibrated will likely be disappointed with the films muted thrills and noncommittal denouement, but the elegantly composed film nevertheless makes f... ( Read More )
But the gum chomping, dogged cop just cant let go of his sense that something isnt quite on the up and up with Bart. ( Read More )
E Film Critic
The story, as you can probably surmise, is just another rehash of Rear Window and while the addition of the Aspergers angle is not quite as exploitative as it might sound, it doesnt really bring mu... ( Read More )