“Intensely sharp-witted.” —New York Times
Nolan’s first studio feature follows L.A. detective Detective Dormer (Al Pacino) to a town in Alaska to solve the murder of a teenage girl during the midnight-sun time of year. Under investigation in his hometown for an undisclosed work conflict and after a foggy accident involving his partner, Dormer starts to mentally unravel and lose sleep during the unending sunny nights. He is more shaken when the girl’s suspected killer (Robin Williams) calls, claiming he’s witnessed the accident. 2002, 118 minutes.