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Director  Mike Figgis
Initial DVD release  March 31, 1998
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Country  United States
5.9/10 IMDb


Genre  Drama, Romance
Music director  Mike Figgis
Writer  Mike Figgis
Language  English
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Release date  November 14, 1997 (1997-11-14) (U.S.)
Initial release  September 17, 1997 (France)
Cast  Wesley Snipes (Max Carlyle), Nastassja Kinski (Karen), Kyle MacLachlan (Vernon), Ming-Na Wen (Mimi Carlyle), Robert Downey Jr. (Charlie), Marcus T. Paulk (Charlie Carlyle)
Similar movies  Parting Glances, Catarina and the others, Philadelphia, Dallas Buyers Club, Fish Tank, The Hours
Tagline  Sometimes an entire life can change in just one night.

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One Night Stand is a 1997 American drama film by British director Mike Figgis. The film stars Wesley Snipes, Nastassja Kinski, Kyle MacLachlan, Ming-Na and Robert Downey Jr.. The first draft of the screenplay was written by Joe Eszterhas, who had his name removed from the project following Figgis's rewrite.

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Plot summary

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The film is narrated by Max Carlyle (Wesley Snipes). Max lives in Los Angeles, where he has a successful career directing television commercials and is happily married to Mimi (Ming-Na), with whom he has two children. While visiting New York City, Max meets Karen (Nastassja Kinski) by chance after missing a flight; circumstances keep bringing them together over the course of the evening, and they end up spending the night together. When he returns home, Max seems distant and unhappy, though Mimi can't tell why and Max won't say. A year later, Max and Mimi fly to New York to visit his close friend Charlie (Robert Downey, Jr.), who is near death from AIDS. Max meets Charlie's brother Vernon (Kyle MacLachlan) and is introduced to his new wife—Karen. Facing Karen sends Max into an emotional tailspin, and he realizes that he must tell Mimi the truth about his indiscretion.

Background

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Joe Eszterhas was paid a record $4 million for his script, which was later rewritten by director Mike Figgis. In his memoir Hollywood Animal, Eszterhas stated that at first he could not understand why New Line, the company who produced the film, would risk alienating a screenwriter whom they had paid a record amount of money to, by allowing the director to rewrite the screenplay. He said that years later a New Line executive stated that Figgis was allowed to alter the script because the director had just scored a major success with his film Leaving Las Vegas, while Eszterhas' notorious Showgirls had flopped at the box office. Adrian Lyne had previously been offered to direct the film, but turned it down in order to helm the remake of Lolita.

Reception

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One Night Stand earned mostly negative reviews from critics, as it currently holds a 28% on Rotten Tomatoes based on 29 reviews.


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