3 A.M. (2001 film)

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3 A.M.
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Film Poster
Directed by Lee Davis
Produced by Sam Kitt
Spike Lee
Written by Lee Davis
Starring Danny Glover
Michelle Rodriguez
Music by Branford Marsalis
Cinematography Enrique Chediak
Edited by Susan E. Morse
Production
company
Distributed by Prism Leisure Corporation
Release date
  • July 1, 2001 (2001-07-01) (USA)
Running time
88 min
Country USA
Language English
Spanish

3 A.M [2001] is the first film directed by Lee Davis, a protégé of Spike Lee. It was also written by Lee Davis and stars Danny Glover, Sergej Trifunovic, and Michelle Rodriguez. The film follows the lives of several New York taxi drivers.

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A trio of taxi drivers work the graveyard shift. All are haunted by their pasts; all are struggling to meet their financial obligations. When a fellow cabbie is murdered and it becomes apparent it is the work of a serial killer, these three friends wonder if their next shift will be their last.

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