Harlem Nights (1989)

I Aint Ever Comin Home

Richie Vento (Vic Polizos) makes a phone call home after Sunshine (Lela Rochon) confesses her honest feelings for him.

Directed by Eddie Murphy.

Released in 1989 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Mistress
  • character-type: Gangster
  • action: Touch
  • action: Call
  • action: Cry
  • editors-choice: I Love You's
  • editors-choice: Jerks
  • primary-genre: Thrillers
  • primary-genre: Action and Adventure
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Crime Action
  • secondary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Action Comedies
  • secondary-genre: 20th Century Period Pieces
  • secondary-genre: Crime Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Gangster Movies
  • mood: Funny
  • primary-occasion: Romantic
  • primary-occasion: Other
  • secondary-occasion: Divorce
  • secondary-occasion: I Love You
  • secondary-occasion: Midlife Crisis
  • secondary-occasion: New Boyfriend / Girlfriend
  • prop: Phone
  • setting: Bedroom
  • setting: New York
  • theme: Values
  • theme: Adultery
  • theme: Happiness
  • theme: Priorities
  • theme: Family
  • theme: Accountability
  • theme: Abandonment
  • actor: Lela Rochon
  • actor: Vic Polizos
  • director: Eddie Murphy
  • producer: Ray Murphy Jr.
  • producer: Robert D. Wachs
  • producer: Eddie Murphy
  • producer: Ralph S. Singleton
  • cinematographer: Woody Omens
  • composer: Herbie Hancock
  • editor: Alan Balsam
  • costume-designer: Joe I. Tompkins
  • role-name: Sunshine
  • role-name: Richie Vento
  • screenwriter: Eddie Murphy
  • year: 1989
  • studio: Paramount