Why is it that "The Morning After" you always feel so incredibly lousy? Well, at least alcoholic Alex Sternbergen (Fonda) always feels that way. But on this particular morning, she feels worse than ever. You see, she just woke up next to the body of a stranger with a knife sticking out of his chest. With no memory of the night before, Alex decides to skip town but can't get a flight out. Things go from bad to worse, and she ends up catching a ride from Turner Kendall (Bridges), a guy driving a pile of junk. Alex returns to the scene of the crime after trying to get rid of Turner, but he just won't go away. She finally confides in Turner, who doesn't believe that Alex is capable of murder, even if she herself isn't so sure. (Tricia Spears)
The anamorphically enhanced 1.78:1 DVD picture can look satisfying, as color saturation tends to be quite rich. However, color delineation can be poor at times, appearing muddy. Images are generally sharp, but some smearing is evident. The source element contributes a dated appearance, as it is revealing of inherent film grain and flecks of dirt. (Suzanne Hodges)
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