Black Day Blue Night

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Black Day Blue Night
Black Day Blue Night poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by J. S. Cardone
Produced byCarol Kottenbrook
Written byJ. S. Cardone
Starring Gil Bellows
Michelle Forbes
Mia Sara
J. T. Walsh
Tim Guinee
John Beck
Release date
  • October 1995 (1995-10)(Hamptons International Film Festival)
Running time
93 min
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Black Day Blue Night is a 1995 American crime thriller film directed by J. S. Cardone and starring Gil Bellows, Michelle Forbes, Mia Sara, J. T. Walsh, Tim Guinee, and John Beck.

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Premise

A wife's husband is cheating on her. She decides to go on a road trip with her husband's other woman. While driving the two women pick up a hitchhiker. The man they pick up may be a robber and murderer on the run from the cops. A policeman who is tracking the hitchhiker has a close eye on them, but the question is why?

Cast

Reception

Entertainment Weekly said, "Black Day Blue Night is a surprisingly pleasant ride," giving it a B-. [1]

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References

  1. "Black Day Blue Night — EW.com". Entertainment Weekly's EW.com.