1,000 Times Good Night

1,000 Times Good Night

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Product Details

Release Date: 08/14/2015
UPC: 0824255021951
Original Release: 2013
Source: Imports
Sales rank: 79,697

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Juliette Binoche Rebecca
Nikolaj Coster-Waldau Marcus
Chloe Annett Jessica
Maria Doyle Kennedy Theresa
Lauryn Canny Steph
Adrianna Cramer Curtis Lisa
Larry Mullen Tom
Mads Ousdal Stig
Bush Moukarzel Brian
Eve Macklin Brian's Girlfriend
Des Nealon Elderly Man
Jonathan Byrne Marine Biologist
Najat Azgar Suicide Bomber
Zoubida Afik Ariana
Jameela Shafaq Translator
Omar Elmouden Driver (Suicide Bomber)
Caitriona Nimhurchu Teacher in Dublin
Peter Sexton Stephanie's Classmate
Anna Leah Thorseth Poppe Stephanie's Friend

Technical Credits
Erik Poppe Director,Executive Producer
Armand Amar Score Composer
Jessica Ask Co-producer,Executive Producer
Harald Rosenlow Eeg Screenwriter
Geir Henning Eikeland Executive Producer
Madeleine Ekman Co-producer
Hugo Ekornes Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Garde Executive Producer
Finn Gjerdrum Executive Producer
Stig Haug Executive Producer
Maureen Hughes Casting
Stein Kvae Executive Producer
Jackie Larkin Co-producer
Sofia Lindgren Editor
Lesley McKimm Co-producer
John Christian Rosenlund Cinematographer
Judith Williams Costumes/Costume Designer
Eleanor Wood Production Designer

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1,000 Times Good Night 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Twink More than 1 year ago
Film Movement has has just released 1000 Times Good Night on DVD. As with all their titles, 1000 Times Good Night is a multiple winner and official selection of numerous film festivals. Academy Award winner Juliette Binoche stars as Rebecca, a war photojournalist. Rebecca is fearless, going to the front lines in war torn zones, putting herself in extremely dangerous situations. While documenting a suicide bomber in Afghanistan, she is badly hurt. It is only when she is in the hospital that we learn she is a wife and mother - and that her husband has had enough. An ultimatum is issued - her job or her family.... I was drawn in from the opening scenes of this film, fascinated and then horrified as I realized what was happening. The juxtaposition between the chaos of the opening few scenes and then cutting to the peaceful Irish countryside is jarring. And it mirrors Rebecca's feelings, emotions and state of mind. Conflict, desire, want and need are wound throughout the film - the wars Rebecca covers, the struggle between staying at home and capturing conflict and exposing it to the world, to tamp down her desire to be where the action is, the need to document these atrocities for the world, the wanting to be a good mother, wife and friend and more. Binoche is a brilliant actor. Her performance in this film is remarkable - moving and oh so believable. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau plays husband Marcus. He too, turned in a good performance  - I understood his need to protect his daughters, but I grew angry with his behavior. Young Lauren Canny plays daughter Stephanie. The scenes between her and Rebecca are poignant, as Steph slowly comes to understand what it is her mother does - and why. As I watched, I was thinking to myself how well this film was done - the cinematography, the attitudes, the passion and the drive to expose atrocities to the world. It was only in the film's bio section that I discovered that director Erik Poppe was a war photojournalist himself in the 1980's. He too went through the same personal and professional conflicts he's given to Rebecca. Excellent acting, compelling topic, eye-opening situations - and definitely recommended.