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Stormy Monday (1988)

R | | Crime, Drama, Music | May 1988 (USA)
A crooked American businessman tries to push the shady influential owner of a nightclub in Newcastle, England to sell him the club. The club's new employee and the American's ex lover fall in love and inadvertently stir the pot.

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Tony
Mark Long ...
Patrick
Brian Lewis ...
Jim
Ying Tong John ...
1st Heavy
Mick Hamer ...
Pianist
Ian Hinchcliffe ...
Man at Record Shop
Andrzej Borkowski ...
Andrej
Caroline Hutchison ...
Finney's Secretary Jean
Les Wilde ...
Customs Officer
Desmond Gill ...
Man in Airport Lounge
Benny Graham ...
Passport Officer
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Brendan takes a job as janitor for Finney, who runs a jazz nightclub in the Northern English city of Newcastle. But Finney is being pressured to sell his club, and Brendan soon provides non-janitorial services to Finney. Soon his rival's American boss Cosmo comes to town, while Brendan begins to fall in love with Kate, an escort working for Cosmo. Written by Reid Gagle

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The Most Dangerous Choices Are Made With The Heart

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Crime | Drama | Music | Romance

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May 1988 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Burni ponedeljak  »

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$1,791,328
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Melanie Griffith's character Kate says that she is from New Ulm, Minnesota, which happens to be the birthplace of her real-life mother, actress Tippi Hedren. See more »

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Bob: Nobody said anything about guns! They've got guns, and I think we need guns!
Cosmo: [sarcastically] That's smart thinkin', Bob. That's real smart thinkin'. All the damn money I spread around here, and you want to go play Al Capone with some fuckin' meatball! You fuckin' juvenile!
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I've Been Loving You Too Long
Performed by Otis Redding
Words and Music by Otis Redding and Jerry Butler
Used by permission of Greenwich Music Limited
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.
by arrangement with Warner Special Products
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deceptively paced thriller
15 October 2000 | by See all my reviews

Don't be deceived by the apparently slow pace of this film. Things are happening, but it's only later that you realise it, when the consequences of those early sequences start hitting and hitting hard. A well crafted film, set in Newcastle England, in which the lives of an out of work drifter, a tough prosperous night club owner, an American waitress and a hard-dealing New York businessman slowly intertwine until they're set on a collision course. All this to a seductive jazz soundtrack that just has to be heard over the hi-fi.


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