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Moonlight Sonata (2009)

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Moonlight Sonata is a movie starring Warren Keith, M.J. Karmi, and Irena Violette. Can we escape the consequences of our moral choices? Are our sins ever forgotten or live on in our repressed memories? Racing towards chaos and destruction, an affluent San Francisco family... See full summary »

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... Tom
... Alice
... Vicky (as Irena A. Hoffman)
Sita Young ... Lisa
Nate Reese ... Dr. Seaborg
Ann-Marie Jolly ... Inspector Brown
... Joe
Aeron Macintyre ... Larry (as Brian Degan Scott)
... Bob Liner
Karl Antony ... Dr. Smith
Edith Reiner ... Maria
Celia Shuman ... Dr. Rosen
Taren Howes ... Betsy
Kay Ewing Donato ... Dr. Seaborg's Secretary (as Kay Ewing)
... Jean Liner
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Can we escape the consequences of our moral choices? Are our sins ever forgotten or live on in our repressed memories? Racing towards chaos and destruction, an affluent San Francisco family finds out in "Moonlight Sonata" (a modern, character-driven drama and a cliffhanger psychological thriller). Written by Celik Kayalar

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Drama | Thriller

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Won the "Most Memorable Movie" award at the 2009 Eugene Film Festival. See more »

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Psychological thriller
28 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

You're at the edge of your seat watching a thriller. Once the film is over you realize it's also a philosophical statement that you want to discuss with friends and neighbours. Moonlight Sonata is a film to watch, once seen also to talk about Not an account of what happened,but what the director said. In spite of the fact that the actors one by one go deep into our soul, they all come across as characters that we might come across in every day life. Looking very much forward to Kayalar's next film. He seems to have the extraordinary knack of making the unusual seem very much a part of the behaviour of the man on the street,your ordinary individual. I thought the camera work was especially brilliantly done. Just the right amount of focus and background- not overly emphasizing the individual but placing the actor in context


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