An NYC tabloid writer (Adrien Brody) is approached by a mysterious woman (Yvonne Strahovski) who wants him to investigate her husband's death, but the assignment eventually leads to a torrid affair that could destroy his home life and career. Written and directed by Brian DeCubellis, this neo-noir was adapted from the novel Manhattan Nocturne by Colin Harrison.~Jack Rodgers
"The Watcher" Featurette
Behind the Scenes with Cast/Crew Interviews
Commentary with Director/Producer/Screenwriter Brian DeCubellis, Actor/Co-Producer Campbell Scott, and Cinematographer David Tumblety
All in all a fine, suspenseful, superbly acted film. Unpredictable, moody, achieved its wish to be a throwback to the days of film noir. I took one star away for the 'affair; which seemed out of place, out of character, and awkward. Otherwise, Great film!
Adrian Brody heads the cast of characters in this modern version of a 40s type noir film.
Suspense , mystery , all the goodies that elevate this film above many others. I really enjoyed this Sam Spade style movie. It really surprised me as to how good it was. Its a must see.