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1 Night (2016)

One Night (original title)
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Past and present collide when two couples explore love over the course of one night at a hotel.

Director:

Minhal Baig

Writer:

Minhal Baig
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Cast

Credited cast:
Anna Camp ... Elizabeth
Justin Chatwin ... Drew
Isabelle Fuhrman ... Bea
Kyle Allen ... Andy McFarland
Kelli Berglund ... Rachel
Roshon Fegan ... Henry
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Evan Hofer ... Dave
Alexander Roberts ... Waiter
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Storyline

Bea, a worrisome teenager, reconnects with her introverted childhood friend, Andy. The two overcome their differences in social status one night after their high school prom. Thirty-something Elizabeth must decide whether to salvage her relationship with Drew after much personal disappointment. Past and present collide as two couples explore love over the course of one night at a hotel. Written by Minhal Baig

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 February 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

1 Night See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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The film was shot in 16 days. See more »

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When Elizabeth is in the bath tub, her lip color suddenly fades. See more »

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Elizabeth: One day, you're a little girl running fast towards an unknowable future. And then suddenly, you're an adult not sure of who you are and what you're doing. You want to go back to a time when the things were simple. What if you could?
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Charming indie romance for the books
15 February 2017 | by Olivia PopeSee all my reviews

I thought 1 Night was definitely a tender film that is perfect for the casual date night. It strikes a good balance between the bittersweet romance and the pains of coming of age, two themes that I have always found to be poignant in a movie. As the two love stories intersect, each couple learns about the complexities of love at different stages of a relationship, something we can all relate to. I also thought it did a great job putting a surprising twist at the end which made it stand out from other romance indies. I won't give anything away, but it's definitely a movie that had me thinking long after it ended. It follows in the path of Perks of Being a Wallflower and 500 Days of Summer in terms of quirkiness and charm. Overall, I thought it was a sweet, touching watch that is great for anyone who is looking for a thoughtful new movie.


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