After Hours

After Hours

Director: Martin Scorsese Cast: Griffin Dunne, Rosanna Arquette, Verna Bloom

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Martin Scorsese's After Hours is a dark, tragi-comic tale of a fish out of water, centering on an uptight, white-bread computer consultant from uptown Manhattan who finds himself in the nightmarish and incomprehensible (to him) world of Soho after dark. The ordeal begins when Paul Hackett (Griffin Dunne) gets lonely and decides to leave the posh East Side and search the Soho streets for some loving from Marcy (Rosanna Arquette), the pretty young woman he met in a downtown cafe. He has her phone number and works up the nerve to call. She wants to see him, and so Paul grabs $20, hails a taxi and sets out. The weirdness begins when he loses his money during the high-speed cab ride. His visit to Marcy's loft, where he meets her crazed artist roommate Kiki (Linda Fiorentino), is a disaster, as is his encounter with the beehive-wearing retro waitress Julie (Teri Garr).

Product Details

Release Date: 08/17/2004
UPC: 0085391919209
Original Release: 1985
Rating: R
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:37:00
Sales rank: 22,369

Special Features

Commentary by Griffin Dunne, director Martin Scorsese, producer Amy Robinson, cinematographer Michael Ballhaus and editor Thelma Schoonmaker; Making-of documentary Filming for Your Life: Making After Hours; Deleted scenes; Theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Griffin Dunne Paul Hackett
Rosanna Arquette Marcy
Verna Bloom June
Tommy Chong Pepe
Linda Fiorentino Kiki
Teri Garr Julie
John Heard Tom the bartender
Cheech Marin Neil
Catherine O'Hara Gail
Will Patton Horst
Robert Plunket Mark, Street Pickup
Bronson Pinchot Lloyd
John Codiglia Transit Cop
Mary Colquhoun Actor
Dick Miller Waiter
Rocco Sisto Coffee Shop Cashier
Larry Block Taxi Driver
Victor Argo Diner Cashier
Murray Moston Token Booth Clerk
Clarke Evans 1st Neighbor
Victor Bumbalo 2nd Neighbor
Bill Elverman Neighbor
Joel Jason 1st Biker
Rand Carr 2nd Biker
Clarence Felder Bouncer
Henry Baker Jett
Margo Winkler Woman with Gun
Vic Magnotta Dead Man
Robin Johnson Punk Girl
Stephen J. Lim Club Berlin Bartender
Frank Aquilino Angry Mob Member
Maree Catalano Angry Mob Member
Paula Raflo Angry Mob Member
Martin Scorsese Club Berlin Searchlight Operator
Charles Scorsese Actor
Rockets Redglare Angry Mob Member

Technical Credits
Martin Scorsese Director
Michael Ballhaus Cinematographer
Robert F. Colesberry Producer
Mary Colquhoun Casting
Griffin Dunne Producer
Stephen Lineweaver Art Director
Joseph Minion Screenwriter
Michael Nozik Production Manager
Leslie Pope Set Decoration/Design
Amy Robinson Producer
Rita Ryack Costumes/Costume Designer
Deborah Schindler Associate Producer
Thelma Schoonmaker Editor
Howard Shore Score Composer
Jeffrey Townsend Production Designer
Valli Makeup

Scene Index

Side #1 -- After Hours
1. Credits [1:10]
2. Marcy and Miller [4:51]
3. Rendezvous Plan [2:38]
4. Out the Window [2:07]
5. Sculpting With Kiki [3:08]
6. Relaxing Massage [3:05]
7. Mercurial Marcy [4:23]
8. True Confessions [4:07]
9. Different Rules Apply [3:34]
10. His Paperweight Need [3:49]
11. Too Much for a Token [1:46]
12. Slow Night at the Terminal Bar [6:07]
13. Burglary Suspects [2:18]
14. The Undisciplined and the Dead [:52]
15. "Like the Monkees?" [4:59]
16. Jittery Julie [2:57]
17. Terminal News [3:20]
18. The Perfect Gift [:44]
19. Stop, Thief [2:24]
20. Mohawk Night [1:01]
21. Gail's Numbing Numbers [1:22]
22. "You're Dead, Pal" [2:57]
23. Recap Rant [3:03]
24. Desperation in the Diner [6:02]
25. Is That All There Is? [2:12]
26. Getting Plastered [4:19]
27. "Art is Forever" [2:45]
28. End Credits [:14]

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After Hours 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Like KING OF COMEDY, this is an under appreciated comedy classic from the master of gangster epics. This is a thinker comedy and naturally it has all the Marty hallmarks: Off beat NYC locales, great music, insider references that you get or you don't. Bobby D should have made a cameo. A keeper!!!