The Overnight (Patrick Brice, 2015)

September 15, 2015


The Buñuelian meets the Duplassian in The Overnight, a chamber comedy of social and sexual manners from director Patrick Brice (2014’s Creep). In its exploration of sexual tension when one couple’s faced with a more “enlightened” one in a Los Angeles setting, savvy viewers might draw a link to 1969’s Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, though Brice (also behind The Overnight’s screenplay) brings in enough contemporary concerns to prevent his film coming across like a decades-later echo of the earlier one…

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