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This is a very Polish film. It's sort of a documentary, but not. Very clever and interesting, it reminds me how being young, single and 20something was the best and the worst.
What drew me into this film was how experimental it was. The film feels directionless, as do the characters that occupy its "story" -- they're wandering, uncertain souls. They're looking for something, but for what? The film has an almost dream-like quality to it, liberating in a way. It's wonderfully acted, but strange. I wasn't quite sure what to think of it by the end of my viewing. I liked that it took risks, yet I felt that the lack of direction of the plot left me lost much of the time. But perhaps that is the joy of this film -- to be lost and wandering and confused and searching for purpose. For that, I will say this film succeeds at what it sets out to do.
A very gorgoues art-house documentary.
Fun to watch, energetic and a little bit inspiring to live :)
I left the cinema and the colours around me were more vibrant, and everything I heard was sharper. This is the effect that All These Sleepless Nights had on me. It brings the viewers on a natural journey through a year in the nocturnal life of the protagonist, through boldly elegant cinematography and an ebbing soundtrack. It's not a conventional narrative, which I loved. You just get lots of beautiful, candid moments, conversations and snippets of his life. This film is something very real and special, it's one that makes you live in it.
Exceptional filmmaking. Director and cinematographer Michal Marczak truly knows how to captivate an audience from beginning till end. Been walking with my head in the clouds since I watched it yesterday night. Reminded me again of how great life can be.