So exceedingly complicated that one is tempted to dub it "Quadruple Indemnity," SINS OF THE NIGHT fails to make its insurance scams and triple crosses sufficiently suspenseful. It has too many subplots and, like so many would-be noir thrillers, quickly runs out of steam and concentrates on
scenes of erotica--which may be reason enough for the non-discriminating to watch it.
Born loser Jack Nietzsche (Nick Cassavetes) works for a hard-boiled insurance investigator Ted Quinty (Matt Roe), who gives ex-cons like Jack a second chance. Closing in on a flim-flam involving beautiful Laura Winters (Michelle Brin), who pretends to be wheelchair-bound, Jack is dismayed w...