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Golden Night (1976)
"Nuit d'or" (original title)

 -  Drama | Crime  -  October 1976 (France)
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Cast

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Bernard Blier ...
Commissaire Pidoux
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Michel Fournier
Marie Dubois ...
Véronique
Jean-Luc Bideau ...
Henri Fournier
Charles Vanel ...
Charles Fournier
Anny Duperey ...
Andrée
Elisabeth Flickenschildt ...
Anna, la mère de Michel
Raymond Bussières ...
Charron, un joueur
Valérie Pascale ...
Catherine, la petite fille
Maurice Ronet ...
Nuit d'or
Catherine Arditi ...
Marie
Martine de Breteuil ...
La femme sur le banc public
Jean-Pierre Sentier ...
L'indicateur au parking
Robert Bury
Herta Gaupmann ...
(as Herta Gaupman)
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'olden Night (1976) is an oblique, classy neo-noir nightmare confection'
23 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

'Nuit D'or' (aka) Golden Night (1976) is an oblique, classy neo-noir nightmare confection, replete with a svelte, swivel-eyed, deranged Klaus Kinski prowling the shadowy city streets on an enigmatic, ostensible mission of vengeance; Is he dead? Is he innocent? Who knows? (the writer didn't!) This delightful, and highly stylized film is an enigma, wrapped inside of a cinematic conundrum, and all the better for it! Visually the film is profoundly striking, sharing many similarities with the vintage gialli of Mario Bava; or the deep, chiaroscuro palate of early Fritz Lang. (To be fair, there is a definite grim sensibility of his 'M' crawling through this playful and surreal bacchanal)


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