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The Night OfThe Night Of

The Night Of

A feat of suspense

Drama

8.0

show

English

Mini-series, Suspenseful

2016

Bill Camp, John Turturro, Riz Ahmed

Synopsis

Our Take

8.0
Bilal Zouheir

An HBO show that’s almost too suspenseful to watch. It stars Riz Ahmed as a kid who steals his father’s cab to go to a party, only to later find himself tangled up in a crime. Everything leading up to his arrest, while not necessarily indicative of anything criminal, boasts cut-throat suspense. And that’s the magic of this show, it’s taking familiar crime story arcs, adding flawless acting and incredible writing, and perfecting the thrills. You’ll want to binge this show but, if your anything like me, your heart might not be able to take it.

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