Journey to the End of the Night

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Journey to the End of the Night Review


Despite the killer title (Journey to the End of the Night is the name of a nihilistic Celine book that has nothing to do with this film), this Brendan Fraser sex-and-drugs drama can't live up to its manufactured cool. The complicated relationships have Fraser as the scheming son of a brothel owner (Scott Glenn), who's trying to get out of the Sao Paolo slums via a big drug deal. Unfortunately we never much care for either Glenn or Fraser's characters, leaving the film in the hands of Mos Def, a dishwasher pressed into helping out. Most of the film is shot in the dark, it seems, in keeping with the coal-black mood of the entire affair.


Journey to the End of the Night

Facts and Figures

Run time: 88 mins

In Theaters: Tuesday 9th January 2007

Distributed by: First Look Home Entertainment

Production compaines: Millennium Films

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

IMDB: 5.9 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Eric Eason

Producer: James Acheson, , Richard N. Gladstein

Starring: as Paul, as Wemba, as Sinatra, as Monique, as Angie, Ruy Polanah as The Soothsayer, as Nazda

Also starring:

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