Nuit #1 Reviews

August 24, 2012
Like a filmed stage piece, a series of monologues in which the characters reveal their unhappiness without offering a hint that they might change.
August 9, 2012
Returning to some of the same themes she explored in her short films, mond continues her smart contemplation of youth and the difficulties of making meaningful emotional connections in these times.
August 9, 2012
This is a different kind of movie, as graphic as porn, but not porn, not titillating and not unintelligent.
July 26, 2012
Despite the allure of the actors and some witty lines, it's ultimately quite wearying to be confronted with such determination to turn youth and good looks into existential burdens.
July 26, 2012
They invest so much humanity in their miserable characters that despite your dislike, you empathize enough to think, there but for the grace of God.
July 26, 2012
In both its setup and its theme, Nuit #1 hopes to explore what it means to skip social precedents in order to go straight to something intimate, and whether those in-between stages can be revisited afterward.
July 24, 2012
Nuit #1 lingers on the combination of hunger and awkwardness that attends the best one-nighters, showing the unsexy details that most movies elide: interruptions for bathroom breaks, fumbling for condoms, the clumsy logistics of sharing a shower.
July 24, 2012
Both de Lan and Storoge give you peeks at the genuine anguish lurking underneath the characters' narcissistic bluffing and porno posturing, even if the script drowns their best moments in verbosity.