Day Night Day Night Synopsis
A female suicide bomber (Luisa Williams) prepares to detonate the device in New York's Times Square.
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
Astonishing.
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90

Village Voice

By J. Hoberman
Terror is existential in this highly intelligent, somewhat sadistic, totally fascinating movie.
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80

New York Magazine (Vulture)

By David Edelstein
The film is, in fact, a cunning exercise in subjectivity and withheld information--and once you accept those parameters, it’s riveting.
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75

New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
Why has She chosen to end her young life with a senseless act of mass murder? We never find out - which is a good thing. Too much...
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75

New York Daily News

By Jack Mathews
Offers a chillingly effective look at the ease with which a suicide bomber could wreak havoc on U.S. soil - specifically in Times Square.
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63

TV Guide

By Ken Fox
In the end, despite Williams' extraordinary, nearly wordless performance, it's impossible to fathom what this young woman is experiencing...
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60

Variety

By Justin Chang
Context and psychological insight are the major casualties of Day Night Day Night, a dramatically limited but strangely powerful portrait...
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60

The Hollywood Reporter

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Shows tremendous control and discipline, especially for a young filmmaker on her first feature. Director Julia Loktev might be working on a...
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50

Los Angeles Times

By John Anderson
The most profound thing the remarkably dread-filled drama Day Night Day Night tells us is what it doesn't tell us.
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42

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
A stunt masquerading as a statement.
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JUST WHUT WE NEED !!!!

By MR MOVIE 123
Another Movie about a suicide. AND OF ALL PLACES NYC time square...

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Rated NR
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Iffy for 15+ Suicide bomber drama doesn't offer easy answers.
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