Good Morning, Night Synopsis
People are not always what they seem.
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New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
Combining a thoughtful script with splendid acting -- especially by Sansa -- Bellocchio has fashioned a tense thriller that is both...
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The New Republic

By Stanley Kauffmann
Bellochio, who began his career in 1965, has made some of the most trenchant Italian films on political themes, and Good Morning, Night is...
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By David Rooney
Numerous filmmakers have attempted to dramatize the terrorist activity that gripped Italy in the 1970s, but few have done so with the...
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TV Guide

By Ken Fox
It's a thoughtful and ultimately chilling take on a tragedy that still has the power to disturb and divide.
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By Andrew O'Hehir
It's a strange and murky movie, at times a frustrating one, but I also found it profoundly moving in a way no regular thriller ever is.
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The A.V. Club

By Nathan Rabin
Bellocchio's film, which enlivens the grim realities of months in a stuffy apartment with striking bursts of lyricism, is often a powerful...
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Village Voice

By J. Hoberman
Like its oxymoronic title, Good Morning, Night is sober yet filled with fancy. There's a wistful aspect to the movie.
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The New York Times

By Dana Stevens
At times Good Morning, Night feels as claustrophobic as the apartment itself, and you may feel that the director is handling his volatile...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Though he doesn't possess the dangerous confusion of his tragically misguided heroes, veteran director Marco Bellocchio does share their...
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Kirk Honeycutt
The writer-director's inquiry into this tragedy makes for a moving and intelligent film, but the dark story never feels fully realized.
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Rated NR