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Night People (2015)

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A pair of professional but mismatched criminals break into a house with a dark past that is about to make its presence felt. Their story soon intertwines with two other sinister tall tales.

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Mike
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Luke (as Jack Shepherd)
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Faustina (as Claire J. Blennerhassett)
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Lilian
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Robert (as Aidan O'Sullivan)
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Blake
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Randall Stevens (as Michael Mcloughlin)
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Matt
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Mark
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Nile
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A pair of professional but mismatched criminals break into a house with a dark past that is about to make its presence felt. Their story soon intertwines with two other sinister tall tales.

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Originally the intention was to have the film divided into four different stories but Lough left it at three once he realized this would bring the running time to over two and a half hours. See more »

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Mike: Night People. Outsiders, loners, freaks, weirdos and criminals. People who dance on the fine line between the accepted norms of society. Night people... like us.
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Featured in Voynich: Night People (2015) See more »

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The Flower Duet
from Lakmé
Music by Léo Delibes
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Interesting watch
27 June 2016 | by (Edinburgh) – See all my reviews

Although this film left me with a lot of questions, it kept me watching. Very nice soundtrack too. Worth a watch, I saw it on amazon. And I need to write more so here we go. It has special effects, lots of picturesque shots of what I assume is Ireland, and many plot twists and turns. There's something very haunting about the film, maybe the soundtrack did it, but the lighting also adds a very ethereal ambiance to everything. The budget constraints are clear, so I can't really complain about certain obvious problems with the overall delivery, but the film's look, plot and sound are something I haven't seen come out of Ireland yet. Perhaps this director is part of the Irish New Wave I'm hearing about. Very original and worth a look!


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