One of Martin Scorsese's best films is almost completely unknown even by some of his fans who like his most famous films such as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Casino, Goodfellas, etc. After Hours is a comedy, but in the Scorsese style, really dark, nightmarish, but still a very enjoyable film to watch even more than once.
Griffin Dunne, perfect, is the shy and nerdy Paul Hackett a computer expert, who meets Marcy (Rosanna Arquette) by chance in a restaurant. After some conversation, they agree on meeting later that night. That's when things begin to go ridiculously wrong for him.
During a few hours, Paul witness suicide, murder, robbery, bandits and the most bizarre gallery of characters in the New York night.
Great direction and great acting both from the main characters and the cameos, make this film very original and a must see for anyone with the smallest sympathy for the Scorsese films.