• United Kingdom
  • 1962
  • 91 minutes
  • Black and White
  • 1.66:1
  • English
  •  

Othello is translated to the world of sixties London jazz clubs in Basil Dearden’s smoky and sensational All Night Long. Over the course of one eventful evening, the anniversary celebration of the musical and romantic partners Aurelius Rex (Paul Harris) and Delia Lane (Marti Stevens), a jealous, ambitious drummer, Johnny Cousin (Patrick McGoohan), attempts to tear the interracial couple apart. This daring psychodrama also features on-screen appearances by jazz legends Charles Mingus, Dave Brubeck, Tubby Hayes, and Johnny Dankworth.

Film Essays

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SAPPHIRE: INNER CITY Given his strikingly eclectic body of work, it’s not surprising that Basil Dearden has never become a household name—he’s too hard to pin down. Moving effortlessly among . . . Read more »

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Press Notes: Basil Dearden’s London Underground

February 03, 2011

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Film Essays

Eclipse Series 25: Basil Dearden’s London Underground

By Michael Koresky January 25, 2011

SAPPHIRE: INNER CITY Given his strikingly eclectic body of work, it’s not surprising that Basil Dearden has never become a household name—he’s too hard to pin down. Moving effortlessly among . . . Read more »