After Midnight details
|Starring:||Giorgio Pasotti, Francesca Picozza, Silvio Orlando, Silvio Orlando, Pietro Eandi, Fabio Troiano, Francesca Inaudi|
|Genres:||Drama, World Cinema|
|Run time:||1 hour 32 minutes|
|Rental release:||27 Mar 2006|
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andante, non troppo.By vincenzo matrone from london, england , 20 Apr 2006
[Highly rated reviewer]a very calm and relaxed film with not so much action, in fact, none at all.
still a watchable film, weird at times: it looks like you are watching a series of short-films.
if you asked me, I'd say: watch it, try something different!
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Captivatingly oddBy erp (67 reviews) from Manchester , 30 Mar 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]Someone else called this film weird, and that was one of the things I liked about it. It was probably too slight and whimsical to be very satisfying on a second viewing, but seeing it just once I really enjoyed the strangeness and wonder of the main setting in the Mole Antonelliana and the odd, distinctive flavour given the whole thing by both the directing of the action and the cinematography.
After MidnightBy a customer from London , 22 Dec 2008Excellent film which is also a paeon of praise to movies - old and new. One of it's great delights is it's setting in Turin's fantastical edifice, its film museum. The place is gobbsmacking just to look out from the outside. What a treat to spend so long inside and with such interesting characters.
It's gently humorous and has a sting in its tale.
After Midnight is aBy a customer from Stewartstown , 25 Jun 2008movie which has something to say, in a very simple way. It will keep you entertained to the end.
After MidnightBy a customer from Bicester , 14 Jan 2008Fun film, nice cinematography
Must seeBy saxtyroadies (19 reviews) from abingdon , 10 Jan 2008Absolutely loved this film. Can't wait to buy it and watch again. Says it all!