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Issac Spicer over 2 years ago
like mom always said, the minds of men are continuously evil
The Night of the Following Day is a 1968 film starring Marlon Brando, Pamela Franklin, Richard Boone and Rita Moreno. Filmed in France, around Le Touquet it tells a simple story: a kidnapped heiress (Franklin) is held hostage in a remote beachhouse on the coast of France. The film starts with Dupont's daughter on an aeroplane with a stewardess (Vi) bending over her. As she leaves we see Bud saying something to her which we do not hear. He puts her in the back of a Rolls Royce and drives off. They stop at a junction and Leer gets in. The girl realises she has been kidnapped. Bud (Brando) starts to have second thoughts, and tries to protect the girl when Leer (Boone) starts getting out of control. Bud also has to deal with the lack of courage with the head of the operation and Vi (Moreno) who uses drugs and cannot be trusted. Then things start to unravel. Leer kills all his patners in crime on their return with the ransom, the car going on fire. But Bud, perhaps anticipating this...
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