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Nocturne (2020)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller | 13 October 2020 (USA)
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An incredibly gifted pianist makes a Faustian bargain to overtake her older sister at a prestigious institution for classical musicians.

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Zu Quirke

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Zu Quirke
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Complete credited cast:
Sydney Sweeney ... Juliet
Madison Iseman ... Vivian
Jacques Colimon ... Max
Ivan Shaw ... Dr. Cask
Julie Benz ... Cassie
Rodney To ... Wilkins
JoNell Kennedy ... Gordon
John Rothman ... Roger
Brandon Keener ... David
Miles McKenna ... Alexis
Stephon Fuller ... Joshua
A.J. Tannen ... Mike
Ji Eun Hwang Ji Eun Hwang ... Moira
Asia Jackson ... Abigail
Phillip Wampler ... Waiter
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An incredibly gifted pianist makes a Faustian bargain to overtake her older sister at a prestigious institution for classical musicians.

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Juliet: You know, I used to idolize you. But you're no different than Roger. Just acting like a big man in this empty house with your second-place trophy that you won two decades ago.
Dr. Cask: And you... you wouldn't know anything about failure, would you, Juliet?
Juliet: I've had a bumpy ride. Starting tomorrow, that's gonna change. I mean, you said it-I have something. And unlike you or Roger, I'm not gonna miss my chance to prove it. I'm gonna be great.
Dr. Cask: Oh, yes? Let's name some of these greats, shall we? Gould, ...
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Could Have Been So Much More
13 October 2020 | by harrishcraigSee all my reviews

The movie started out so well, I thought I was in for a treat. Exceptional camera work and unusual use of sound, together with a compelling plot, this movie seemed to be going places, reminiscent of Roman Polanski's The Tenant.

Unfortunately the tone of the movie shifts with the plot near midpoint from a young student's sense of identity fracturing under the stress of creative disappointment to mundane sibling rivalry.

Generally, the acting is good, so is the direction. This movie could have been so much more.


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