Good Morning, Night

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Time Out says

In 1978 Italy, Red Brigades terrorists abducted and eventually murdered the statesman Aldo Moro, a past prime minister and member of the dominant Christian Democrat party. Marco Bellocchio's terse, speculative revisiting of the shattering incident bunks down with the kidnappers in their Rome apartment. Here, the sole female member of the cell, who initially shares her comrades' feeling of tense triumph, begins to have doubts, which Bellocchio sometimes expresses in disorientingly matter of fact dream sequences. Positing politics as a form of religion and vice versa, the film examines a proletarian revolution where 'everything is permitted' - the source of its eloquent anguish and existential dread.

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Release details

Rated:
15
Release date:
Friday November 19 2004
Duration:
106 mins

Cast and crew

Director:
Marco Bellocchio
Screenwriter:
Marco Bellocchio
Cast:
Maya Sansa
Luigi Lo Cascio
Roberto Herlitzka
Piergiorgio Bellocchio
Giovanni Calcagno

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