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Day Night Day Night -- In this mysterious and harrowing film, a 19 year old girl prepares to become a suicide bomber in Times Square. This drama won the Someone to Watch Award at the Independent Spirit Awards and the Prix Regards Jeune at Cannes.
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A 19-year-old girl prepares to become a suicide bomber in Times Square. She speaks with a nondescript American accent... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Luisa Williams ... She
Josh Philip Weinstein ... Commander (as Josh P. Weinstein)

Gareth Saxe ... Organizer

Nyambi Nyambi ... Organizer
Frank Dattolo ... Bombmaker

Annemarie Lawless ... Bombmaker's Assistant

Teo Yoo ... Driver (as Tschi-Hun Kim)
Richard Morant ... Flirt
Jennifer Camilo ... Bathroom Girl
Rosemary Apolinaris ... Bathroom Girl
Jennifer Restrepo ... Bathroom Girl
Julissa Perez ... Bathroom Girl
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Orlando S. Gondar ... Restaurant Guest
JoJo Shaffer ... Shopper (uncredited)

Directed by
Julia Loktev 
Writing credits
Julia Loktev (writer)

Produced by
Melanie Judd .... producer
Jessica Levin .... producer
Julia Loktev .... producer
Cinematography by
Benoît Debie (director of photography) (as Benoit Debie)
Film Editing by
Julia Loktev 
Michael Taylor 
Casting by
Ellyn Long Marshall 
Maria E. Nelson 
Production Design by
Kelly McGehee 
Set Decoration by
Zoe Hoare 
Costume Design by
Rabiah Troncelliti 
Makeup Department
Keith Palmer .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Melissa B. Miller-Costanzo .... production manager (as Melissa Miller)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Richard Stuart Perkins .... additional assistant director (as Stuart Perkins)
Cayetana Vidal .... assistant director
Art Department
Joel Custer .... set dresser
Zoe Hoare .... property master
Elizabeth J. Jones .... set dresser (as Elizabeth Jones)
Michael McKowen .... set dresser
Sayaka Nagata .... set dresser
Sayaka Nagata .... shopper
Garrett Ricciardi .... set dresser
Jae Song .... set dresser
Sound Department
Brian Dunlop .... sound editor
Raphael Laski .... location sound recordist
Monique Reymond .... foley artist
Leslie Shatz .... sound designer
Leslie Shatz .... sound re-recording mixer
Luisa Williams .... foley artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Michael Best .... additional first assistant camera
Manuel Billeter .... first assistant camera
Steven Capitano Calitri .... gaffer (as Steve Calitri)
Shawn Greene .... gaffer (as Shawn Green)
Jamison Grella .... grip
Julian Harker .... second assistant camera
Sean Taylor .... electrician
Casting Department
Lisa Chang .... casting assistant
Sara Heinze .... casting assistant
Meredith Jacobson .... extras casting: Amerifilm Casting (as Meredith Jacobson Marciano)
Serena Norr .... casting assistant
Kaz Phillips .... casting associate
Josh Rubin .... casting assistant (as Josh Ruben)
Ambika Samarthya .... casting assistant
Editorial Department
Burkhard Althoff .... commissioning editor
Peter Bernaers .... colorist
Kristin Choi .... editing intern
Sophie Denize .... digital intermediate producer
Jim Hurley .... high definition consultant
Connor Kalista .... additional assistant editor
Riva Marker .... assistant editor
Matt Slevin .... editing intern
David Tai Bornoff .... additional assistant editor (uncredited)
Bob Fernley .... supervising digital intermediate producer: Efilm (uncredited)
Other crew
Emmy Catedral .... production assistant
Ryan Cheresnick .... production assistant
Gia Clark .... assistant to director
Matt Cross .... production assistant
Kathryn Dean .... production assistant (as Kate Dean)
Olenka Denysenko .... production assistant
Kelly Dorsey .... production assistant
Steve Faughnan .... location scout
Jonathan Gray .... legal services: Spivak & Gray
Adam Mendes .... production assistant
Malcolm Murray .... movement trainer
Luba Proger .... title designer
Karina Ramirez Cabrera .... production assistant (as Karina S. Ramirez Cabrera)
Joe Santini .... sign language coach
Fred Siegel .... tax consultant
Nathan Silver .... production assistant
Torrey Townsend .... production assistant
Felicia Williams .... production assistant
D.R. Farquharson .... project manager: EFilm (uncredited)

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USA:94 min | Canada:94 min (Toronto International Film Festival)
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27 out of 50 people found the following review useful.
Mesmerizing high tension, 2 April 2007
Author: rasecz from United States

48 hours in the life of a young woman. Day, night, day and night. This is as much as you should know if you are to get the maximum thrill.

The first sixty minutes is set-up. Mysterious, claustrophobic and schematic. The hue is gray.

The last thirty minutes is execution. Questionably realistic (can't say why without a spoiler) and overly melodramatic. Bright colors.

The set-up half is mesmerizing. Conceived with a documentarian eye. The details of the exposition gotten out of the real world. It's all very instructional and scary in its cold-bloodedness.

I have two complains. First, miscasting of at least one of the secondary characters. For a narrative that makes a previous commitment to a clear political label, the ancillary woman is not credible.

Second, the execution half is drawn out. I can see the director fell in love with the situation and wanted to milk it to the last drop, but to an audience it goes on for too long. Cut this material in half and overall you have a great deal more impact.

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