Synopsis: A few incidents that happen at 11:14pm in the town of Middleton are seen from five different perspectives, each of the players who generally works toward self interest, not caring about the consequence to other people, and in the process exacerbating the situations by his or her actions. Jack, in town to meet someone, is a chronic drinker and driver, he still doing so despite having his license temporarily suspended. Teens Mark, Eddie and Tim are out for a joyride in Mark's van, they generally causing havoc all in the name of having fun... that is until something goes wrong. Frank, out for a walk with his dog, stumbles across something which makes him jump to a conclusion about his daughter, to who he is both over-protective and overly trusting. Duffy, who works as a clerk at Lloyd's EZZZ Stop convenience store, goes to the store just as it is closing to ask his friend, the clerk on duty, Buzzy, for a favor, which may be difficult for her to grant based on her own needs. And Cheri is t
Genre: Crime, Drama, Horror
Director(s): Greg Marcks
Production: New Line Cinema
  1 win & 8 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
86 min

l'm on my way back

from Benny's.

l'm almost home.

You tell me where you are,

l'll come get ya.

Ha. l wouldn't say

l'm drunk.

Ha ha. Hello?

Are you still there?



Oh, sh*t.


A-Are you all right?

This is the fifth time

this year.

How many is it gonna take...

for the state

to put a fence up?

Which way'd it go?


The deer.

Where'd it go?

Oh. Uh...

l th--That way.

Oh, poor thing.

You sure you're all right?

Yeah, l'm fine.

l'm just a little

shaken up, that's all.

Hey, l have

my new cell phone with me.

l can call the police for you.

No! No, th-that's OK.

l, uh...

They're on their way already.

l'll call.

Chief's a friend of mine.

No, it's all right. You really

don't have to do that.

No, it's no trouble.

l pay for this thing.

l never use it.

l live just up the hill.

You're welcome to wait

there if you want.

No, thanks.

l told them l'd be here.

Yes. Calling about

another deer collision...

Musta leaped.

l'm sorry?

There's no damage

to your radiator.

Usually, you'd be pickin'

kneecaps outta your grill.

Are you injured?

Heh. No, sir.

You had anything

to drink tonight?


l'll need your license

and registration.

Of course.

l don't have

my license on me.

l must have left it at home.

lt's unlawful to operate a

motor vehicle without a license.

l have one.

l just--l left it.

Forgot it.

Your name's Jack Levin?



You're the owner

of this vehicle?

That is correct.

Mr. Levine, would you object

to a breathalyzer?

l prefer a sobriety test.

That's your right.

Please step out of the car.

Sober up. You can do this.

Right back here.

Recite the alphabet backwards.


Go ahead.





You want me to walk

a straight line or anything?

No, that won't be necessary.


Wait here.

Mr. Levine...

your license to drive

was revoked three months ago...

following a D.U.l. charge.

l'm placing you under arrest

and impounding your vehicle.

Oh, please, not the car.

Turn around, place

your palms flat on the trunk.

Right now.

Sorry about the tie.

Out of cuffs.

What's in the trunk?

You need a warrant

to look in the trunk.

l know the law.

Oh, really?

So then you know the term

''exigent circumstance''?

There's nothin' in there

but an old tarp.


You sick f***.


You think just because

you didn't shoot her...

you can cart her off?


l don't see any antlers, do you?

lt's not even season yet.

Well, l didn't think

it should go to waste.

l mean, l know venison

is expensive, but Jesus.

She's messed up really badly.

l don't think

you want to look at--

Did l ask you?

Got her wedged in here

pretty good.


L-Car-1 to dispatch, over.

Go ahead, George.

Overpass collision

not a deer, but a man.

Repeat, a man.

Locate next of kin for...

Aaron Lewis.

Lima, Echo, Whiskey,

lndia, Sierra.

Driver in custody.

Request assistance.

Jesus, you're having

a rough night.

l'll get on the horn.

Sit tight.

You have the right

to remain silent.

Anything you say may be used

against you in a court of law.

You have a right

to an attorney.

l waive my Miranda rights.


l waive my Miranda rights.

l'm sick of hearin' 'em.

Fine. Third time tonight.

l'm gettin' pretty

sick of 'em, myself.

Move over. You got company.

l was here first.

This isn't a cab.

Just shut up and move over.

There isn't any room.

Why don't you put him in front?

l need you to move

over right now.

l gotta put someone else

back here. Move over.

Duffy, can you move over?

Make some room.

l'm trying.


Duffy, come on!



Oh, it's you.

Have you seen my husband?

l sent him to look

for the deer.

l have to find him right away.

Can you help me?

l really have to get home.

Please? Something terrible...



l'm OK.


Frank, where are you?

This can't be happening.

What happened?

Chief, uh...

Garvey called.

My only child...

has been hit by a car.

They just called?

Right after l came home...

just, um...a few minutes

after l left you.



Please step back, ma'am.

l tried to help you.

lt was an accident.

Ma'am, step away.

Some goddamn deer!

lt all happened so fast.

Let me handle this! Ma'am!

Are you drunk?

l'm sorry.

Ma'am, ma'am!

l'll kill you!

l'll kill you!

Calm down!

l'll kill you!

Aah! Uhh!


Huh? Huh?

Don't move!

You'll burn...

for what you did

to my daughter.


You're such a dick!

-Glad you could make it, Timmy.


Turn the f***ing music down.

Shut up.

What'd you guys bring?

Well, observe.

Ahh, ahh...

Ohh, uhh...

ahh, ahh, ahh, ahh...

ohh, ohh, ahh...

What is that?



Ha ha ha ha ha ha!

l am a god.

That's pretty sweet.

Except that's our first sign

he's hit all f***in' night.

You can shut up now.

Now, what's with the books?

You're gonna burn a book?

lt's not like this is great

f***ing literature or anything.

l'm doing the world a favor.

Just don't light that sh*t

in my car, all right?


Now, come on, man!

Aah! Jesus, Eddie!

Come on, God!

Dude, you just broke my box.

Yeah, well, your mom

told me that last night.



OK. See, what you gotta do

is crumple the pages...

so you can get

the air in there, OK?



Check this out.

Check this out.

Look, look, look, look.



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Greg Marcks

Greg Marcks (born August 12, 1976) is an American director and screenwriter of motion pictures who lives in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, California. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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