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Toute une nuit (1982)

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Following over two dozen different people in the almost wordless atmosphere of a dark night in a Brussels town, Akerman examines acception and rejection in the realm of romance.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Angelo Abazoglou
Natalia Akerman
Véronique Alain
Paul Allio
Jacques Bauduin
François Beukelaers
Michèle Blondeel
Philippe Bombled
Ignacio Carranza
Christiane Cohendy
Nicole Colchat
Edith De Barcy
Dirk de Batist
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Following over two dozen different people in the almost wordless atmosphere of a dark night in a Brussels town, Akerman examines acception and rejection in the realm of romance. Written by Matthew A. Wilson

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27 October 1982 (France)  »

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Kindertotenlieder
Composed by Gustav Mahler (1901-1904)
Performed by Lucy Grauman
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a surprising point of view
27 February 1999 | by (san francisco, usa) – See all my reviews

A flirtatious series of near character studies. Scene by scene, we are given what might be the parts of a larger romance, or maybe highlights from a variety of comic romance films. Unlike more narrative explorations, few of the scenes get past the "discovery" moment -- introducing the tension -- as if "finishing" the scene, releasing the tension, would be robbing the characters of their right to resolve the situation on their own. In other words, the tension is not there to embarrass people into action; tension is an unavoidable, and funny, part of life, all by itself.

Though we get few good looks at any particular situation, the humor and the sense of anticipation at the start convinced me to stay when the scenes began to explore more static relationships and more durable parts of love.

Also, this film is more like a book than a movie. Imagine how silly it'd be for a bunch of people to make some popcorn, open some beers and sit down and read a book together and that's kind of how seeing this movie might be. But it's a good book!


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