A voyeuristic hotel clerk becomes the subject of a murder investigation.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tye Sheridan ... Bart Bromley
Ana de Armas ... Andrea Rivera (as Ana De Armas)
Helen Hunt ... Ethel Bromley
John Leguizamo ... Detective Espada
Johnathon Schaech ... Nick Perretti
Jacque Gray ... Karen Perrette
Joey Miyashima ... Ron Benson
Austin Archer Austin Archer ... Jack Miller
Ibrahim Quraishi Ibrahim Quraishi ... Cashier
Frantz Louizia ... Barber
D.L. Walker ... Car Salesman
Pam Eichner ... Saleswoman
Walter Platz ... Older Salesman
Maria Julian ... Woman #1
Ivey Lloyd Mitchell ... Woman #2


Bart Bromley is a highly intelligent night clerk with Asperger Syndrome. When a woman is murdered during his shift, Bart becomes the prime suspect. As the police investigation closes in, Bart makes a personal connection with a beautiful guest named Andrea, but soon realizes he must stop the real killer before Andrea becomes the next victim. Written by Ckelly

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Rated R for language, some sexual references, brief nudity and violent images | See all certifications »

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Tye Sheridan plays Bart, a young man on the autism spectrum. In the movie he refers to himself as an Aspie, for Asperger syndrom. See more »


Bart Bromley: In a 1993 study, individuals who said that they were in love had their brains scanned to show neural activity. The map showed vivid colors over the gray matter, indicating clearly that this romantic love phenomenon activates a flood of dopamine in the caudate nucleus in exactly the same way that cocaine and nicotine affect the brain, meaning that love is not an emotion as is usually thought, rather, it's an addiction. When these chemicals are released in our brains, we feel giddy and euphoric, ...
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Performed by Y La Bamba
Courtesy of Tender Loving Empire
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autismicly strange
21 February 2020 | by ops-52535See all my reviews

Its a film about autism spectrum disorder, a young man with high but ever so locked up mental capasity, who has vast compications connecting to other åeople. working as the night clerk at a hotel, he feels that he can control and surveil the environment, and as part of his self therapy, uses hidden cameras in the hotel rooms, just to practice how to interact with people, especially the female part of the guests. but as a crime occurs on his night watch, things become very dire for him.

its a strange study into the head of a complicated person. its kinda rainman feeling rendering you while watching, at the same time its not. there are some confussionin the plot, the characters are pretty undeveloped, and its hard to say what reaaly happened in the end..seems to me they were in a hurry to get an end to the story,it could have been much better....

the grumpy old man gives a 6 for the main cast, its a small recommend, and a joyridee if youre in the trade of working peoples heads..

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21 February 2020 (USA) See more »

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The Night Clerk See more »

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Utah, USA See more »


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