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Here Comes the Night (2013)

When two estranged friends are reunited at a funeral, they embark on a night in Los Angeles. In an attempt to discover the city, they discover themselves.
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Ben Duhl ...
Nick
Kurt Haas ...
Leo
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Leslie Gunning ...
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When two estranged friends are reunited at a funeral, they embark on a night in Los Angeles. In an attempt to discover the city, they discover themselves.

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Youth is gone -
9 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

And no matter how hard you try to 'be young again' it is never the same. Nick and Leo, once close friends, have over time and distance, drifted apart and have lost communication with each other. Now in their middle adult life their paths cross in Los Angeles at a funeral of an old friend. They decide to go out into the LA night to have fun and relive some mostly forgotten memories. Things do not go well.

They discover their age and their thinned out friendship causes problems with each trying to communicate with the other. Subconsciously these two revert to their college age behavior and consciously realize it just doesn't work. A defining moment is at the pool scene. This pool is on a strangers property and when they get caught by the owner Nick and Leo run away with more a feeling of embarrassment than the feeling of having an adventure and getting by with something. They aren't young and carefree anymore because age and time has pushed them in the direction of responsibility and duty to a more routine life. And they also realize they are no longer close friends, they are now just distant old friends.

This is a good film for viewers who enjoy stories based on characters facing situations that bring introspection and having to face the realities of just living.


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