Two strangers stuck in Manhattan for the night grow into each other's most trusted confidants when an evening of unexpected adventure forces them to confront their fears and take control of their lives.
A woman misses the 1:30 train from New York to Boston and a street musician spends the night trying to help her make it back home before her husband does. Throughout the night they learn a lot about one another and eventually find a romance. Written by
Chris Evans wanted to learn how to play the trumpet, and do the playing scenes himself. However, he found it much more difficult to learn and decided to simply learn the accurate fingering for all of the notes he's supposed to be playing in the film. See more »
At 40:16, Brooke has no lip movement when she is talking on the phone. See more »
I sold a kidney to get this. I mean it wasn't mine, but what am I gonna tell the hooker when she wakes up?
*Kidding!* She's not gonna wake up.
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I'm going to make it short. I'd rather not go into elaborate analyses and proper assessment the more so because I don't want to sound pretentious. Let me just say, that I thoroughly enjoyed the film. It is funny, thoughtful (but not overdramatised), clever and sensitive at the same time. Finally a film where love, a man and a woman and the relationship between them is treated with respect, gentleness and is elevating, and refreshing. The script is great, the acting is superb, the dialogues, those subtle gestures, looks, smiles are all in place. Nothing overdone just treated with natural care. What little glitches there are in this movie simply add to its charm. Watching this film is a great experience, it's great entertainment. I warmly recommend watching it.
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