They look like nighthawks.
But I like the other one with Marilyn, Jimmy and Bogie. (I forget the fourth guy.)
It reminds me of the diner in Pleasantville.
All that glass makes the building look structurally unsound, like the ceiling could collapse at any moment.
The great Darin Morgan X-Files episode, "Jose Chung's From Outer Space," wherein Mulder eats a piece of pie for every question he asks the diner attendant.
Reminds me of Blvd. of Broken Dreams
Nostalgia for white people.
Oh, Edward Hopper.
His work is so moody. Evocative. And frankly, wildly overrated.
Well. OP, the guy facing away is a serial murderer. He's about to pull a gun, then force the counter guy to lock up and draw the shades. Then he'll tie them all up, gag and rape them all with an immersible blender and serrated knife, and finally dismember and boil them, and pour the "evidence" down the oil drain.
You watch too many CSI shows, R10.
She's going to get raped and killed.
That they used to dress up in a suit and tie back then....if it was painted today, everyone would be wearing t-shirts and jeans.
Okay, anyone wanna analyze this Sargeant portrait?
The Sargeant painting...the woman looks like she's hiding something. Could the red book be something significant? Was she playing the piano when she should not have been? Or reading the book or music that was not supposed to be read?
Or she could just be standing by a piano.