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  • Summary: Clara and Nikolaï meet at a rave. They return to Nikolaï’s apartment and frantically make love. Afterwards, instead of parting, the two lovers divulge their deepest secrets to one another. The friction between them is trumped by a common determination to bridge the gap that they realize afflicts the women and men of their lost, but far from hopeless, generation. (Adopt Films) Expand
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  1. Reviewed by: Mick LaSalle
    Aug 9, 2012
    75
    Here's the thing: This movie would be easy to mock as maudlin and self-important, but there's something about it that can't be dismissed. The monologues may be theatrical and presentational - director Anne Emond made this film when she was 29 and too young to be subtle.
  2. Reviewed by: John Semley
    Jul 23, 2012
    75
    It works--quite successfully, in places--as a warming tonic against this emotional nippiness of the cinema of Canadian coldness.
  3. Reviewed by: Stephen Holden
    Jul 26, 2012
    70
    Their eloquent monologues, interspersed with vicious verbal skirmishes, are artfully constructed, occasionally poetic expressions of pain, delivered in well-formed sentences that suggest the movie might have originated as a two-person stage drama.
  4. Reviewed by: David Fear
    Jul 24, 2012
    60
    Both de Léan 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.
  5. Reviewed by: Betsy Sharkey
    Aug 9, 2012
    60
    Like the relationship she has chosen to dissect, the film is promising, disappointing, touching or frustrating, depending on the moment.
  6. Reviewed by: Chris Packham
    Jul 24, 2012
    60
    First-time feature director Anne Émond's Nuit #1 lingers on the combination of hunger and awkwardness that attends the best one-nighters, showing the unsexy details that most movies elide.
  7. Reviewed by: Farran Smith Nehme
    Jul 27, 2012
    50
    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.

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