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Midnight Sun ()


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A 17-year-old girl suffers from a condition that prevents her from being out in the sunlight.

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Katie Price
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Charlie Reed
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Jack Price
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Morgan
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Mark Reed
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Dr. Paula Fleming
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Barb Reed (as Jennifer Griffin)
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Garver
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Zoe Carmichael
Norm Misura ...
Fred / Night Clerk
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Owen
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Wes
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Coach
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Blake Davis
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Engineer
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Geeky Friend #1
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Geeky Friend #2
Ava Dewhurst ...
7-Year-Old Katie
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7-Year-Old Morgan
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7-Year-Old Zoe Carmichael
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Swim Scout
Nick Watson ...
Guitarist
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Nurse
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Jessica Rollins
Allyson Grant ...
Theresa Price
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Zoe's Friend #1
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Tommy / Young Boy
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Ice Cream Customer
Farris Tyab ...
Man
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Patient
Chris Sheilds ...
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Young Charlie (uncredited)
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Swim Team Member (uncredited)
Tom Vanderkam ...
Band - Lead Vocalist (uncredited)
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Zoe's Friend (uncredited)

Directed by

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Scott Speer

Written by

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Kenji Bando ... (based on the motion picture screenplay "Taiyô no uta" by)
 
Eric Kirsten ... ()

Produced by

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Erika Abe ... co-producer
Devin Andre ... co-producer
David Boies ... executive producer
Katherine S. Chang ... co-producer
Jen Gatien ... producer
Tracey Jeffrey ... co-producer
James McGough ... executive producer
Alan Ou ... executive producer
John Rickard ... producer
Zack Schiller ... producer
Hiroki Shirota ... executive producer
Katie Silberman ... co-producer
Scott Speer ... executive producer

Music by

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Ethan Dorr
Morgan Dorr
Nate Walcott

Cinematography by

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Karsten Gopinath

Film Editing by

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Michelle Harrison
Tia Nolan

Editorial Department

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Josie Azzam ... first assistant editor
Melissa Burns ... additional editor
John Daro ... senior digital intermediate colorist
Dean Georgopoulos ... digital colorist
Renee Minasian ... post-production coordinator
Jim Schulte ... assistant editor
Pamela Scott-Farr ... digital intermediate producer

Casting By

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Rich Delia

Production Design by

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Eric Fraser

Art Direction by

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Laurel Bergman

Makeup Department

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Kara Alaric ... key hair stylist
Rinaldo Ferrato ... second assistant hair stylist
Angelique Gruetzmacher ... first assistant hair stylist
Norma Hill-Patton ... key makeup artist
Amanda Imeson ... second assistant makeup artist
Krista Seller ... first assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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John Portnoy ... post-production supervisor
Mandy Spencer-Phillips ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jason Furukawa ... first assistant director
Jason Yeung ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Eli Best ... graphic designer
Curtis Binkowski ... on-set dresser
Neil D'Monte ... storyboard artist
Nick Dibley ... property master
Paola Botero Lopez ... set dresser
Banafsheh Violet Modaressi ... art assistant / illustrator
Jim Sikyea ... construction coordinator
Steve Sisko ... assistant property master
Devin Wilkins ... construction foreman

Sound Department

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Anita Cannella ... foley artist
Ryan Collins ... re-recording mixer / sound effects editor
May Guimarães ... adr mixer: Vancouver
Nolan McNaughton ... boom operator
Shawn Miller ... sound mixer
Millar Montgomery ... boom operator
Dante Reynolds ... mix technician
Alec Rubay ... foley editor
Jordan Sy ... playback operator / sound assistant
Jon Wakeham ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Nathanael Dodge ... special effects

Stunts

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Lisa Chandler ... stunt double: Bella Thorne

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ed Araquel ... still photographer
Dean Georgopoulos ... digital imagining technician / go pro timelapse photographer / still photographer
Michael Hanna ... lighting technician
Andres Nino ... b cam dolly grip
Noor Razzak ... "a" camera dolly grip
Alexandre Robichaud ... second assistant camera
Brian Shaw ... camera trainee

Casting Department

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Fabiana Arrastia ... adr voice casting
Susan Boyajian ... adr voice casting
James Forsyth ... extras casting
Coco Kleppinger ... casting assistant (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Odessa Bennett ... costumer
Carolyn Bentley ... key costumer
Caroline Darrieux ... shopper
Nancy Jones ... costumer

Location Management

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W. Robert Millar ... assistant location manager

Music Department

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Nicholas Fitzgerald ... music editor
Steve Griffen ... music editor
Season Kent ... music consultant
Jamie Kutaj ... guitar teacher
Mary Setrakian ... vocal coach: Ms. Thorne
Zach Sinick ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Victor Formosa ... additional driver
Joel Tanzler ... driver
Larry Yampolsky ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Wendy L. Adjoury ... Assistant Production Coordinator
Gregg Brilliant ... production notes / publicity consultant
Kirstie Campbell ... production assistant
Colton Davidson ... second assistant production coordinator
James Forrester ... first aid
Sam Greenberg ... assistant: Mr. Rickard
Deborah Harpur ... marketing promotions
Stacey Harris ... production coordinator
Krista Johnston ... clearances
Adam Kleaman ... production assistant
Elizabeth Lahey ... second assistant production coordinator
Andrew Melting ... assistant: Mr. Schiller
Kristi Moffatt ... stand-in
Sandra Montgomery ... script supervisor
Stephen Ostir ... production assistant: key
Kerry Pearson ... production assistant
Jarod Ridge ... assistant marine coordinator
Jacquelyn Roth ... accounting clerk
Stacey Smith ... delivery consultant
Roger Williams ... EPK/BTS: Inspired Image Picture Company
Shelby Young ... adr voice
Ruby Zalduondo ... adr loop group

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Based on the Japanese film, Midnight Sun centers on Katie, a 17-year-old sheltered since childhood and confined to her house during the day by a rare disease that makes even the smallest amount of sunlight deadly. Fate intervenes when she meets Charlie and they embark on a summer romance.

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Taglines Dreams Come True at Night. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Midnight Sun - Alles für dich (Germany)
  • Amor a medianoche (Spain)
  • Amar-te à Meia-Noite (Portugal)
  • Sol Da Meia-Noite (Brazil)
  • Polnocno sonce (Slovenia)
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Runtime
  • 91 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $4,003,993, 25 Mar 2018
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $27,365,467, 23 Jul 2018

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Trivia -It is based on the 2006 Japanese movie of the same name. See more »
Goofs When Katie and Charlie are on the train and toasting the Chinese food boxes, they are open. Then the camera-shot turns to the outside of the train and the boxes are closed. Also at the first shot Katie hold the food box with her left hand, at the outside of the train shot she holds it in her right hand. See more »
Movie Connections Referenced in John Boyega/Bob Saget/PRhyme feat. 2 Chainz (2018). See more »
Soundtracks Burn So Bright See more »
Quotes Katie: I'm really busy during the day, but I can be free at night.
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