Long Day's Journey into Night
Long Day's Journey into Night is a 1962 American drama film adaptation of Eugene O'Neill's 1956 play. It was directed by Sidney Lumet, and produced by Ely Landau, with Joseph E. Levine and Jack J. Dreyfus Jr. as executive producers. The screenplay was not adapted, but used directly from O'Neill's play, the music score by André Previn, and the cinematography by Boris Kaufman.
The film concerns a fateful, heart-rending day in August 1912 at the seaside Connecticut home of the Tyrone family.
|award||National Board of Review: Top Ten Films|
|events||alcoholism dysfunctional family|
|keywords||addict addiction alcoholic dysfunction escalate morphine substance use disorder|
|nomination||Academy Award for Best Actress|
|producer||Ely Landau Joseph E. Levine|
|recordedAt||New York City|