Manhattan Night

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Manhattan Night Porter Wren is a columnist / crime reporter for a New York City newspaper. He is a popular journalist and his stories are widely read. Wren knows how to listen to people and there are people who just need to talk, especially to him. He attends an after work party hosted by the publishing magnate, where he meets for the first time, Caroline Crowley.

Mrs Crowley was recently widowed by the mysterious murder of her husband, Simon Crowley. Crowley was a brilliant movie director who would often just disappear at night to videotape stuff. Crowley’s body was discovered in a sealed off building that was about to be demolished. No one could figure out how the body got there.

Caroline invites Porter to her apartment where she shows him confidential police reports related to the death of her husband. She wants Porter to investigate the murder and as an incentive seduces him even though he is married with children.

Caroline’s husband Simon kept footage of many things, including something that Porter believes is very valuable to Mr. Hobbs, a media tycoon who just bought control of Porter’s newspaper.

When Hobbs finds out that Porter is sniffing around for leads to his next article, Hobbs is soon making threats to Porter’s family to convince him to find a memory card Hobbs is sure that Mrs Crowley is using to blackmail him.

What follows is a twisted tale of sex, murder and blackmail.

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Directed by Brian DeCubellis
Produced by Adrien Brody
Brian DeCubellis
Steven Klinsky
Screenplay by Brian DeCubellis
Based on Manhattan Nocturne 
by Colin Harrison
Starring Adrien Brody
Yvonne Strahovski
Jennifer Beals
Campbell Scott
Linda Lavin
Steven Berkoff
Music by Joel Douek
Cinematography David Tumblety
Edited by Andy Keir
DeCubellis Films
Untravelled Worlds
Fable House
Nocturne Pictures
Big Indie Pictures
Distributed by Lionsgate Premiere
Release dates
  • May 20, 2016 (2016-05-20)
Running time
113 minutes[1]
Country United States
Language English