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Nocturnal Animals is a movie starring Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Michael Shannon. A wealthy art gallery owner is haunted by her ex-husband's novel, a violent thriller she interprets as a symbolic revenge tale.

Genres
Drama, Thriller
Director
Tom Ford
Starring
Amy Adams, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Shannon, Jake Gyllenhaal

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Product details

Genres Drama, Thriller
Director Tom Ford
Writer Austin Wright, Tom Ford
Stars Amy Adams, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Shannon, Jake Gyllenhaal
Country USA
Also Known As Animali notturni, Noćne životinje, Natdyr, Animale de noapte, Kẻ Săn Đêm, Animais Noturnos, Gece Hayvanları, Νυκτόβια Πλάσματα, Animales nocturnos, 夜行動物, Noćne zveri, Animaux nocturnes, Tony and Susan, Zwierzęta nocy, Nakts dzīvnieki, Naktiniai gyvuliai, Animales Nocturnos, Noční zvířata, Yetzourim lei'liyim, Ööloomad, Nočne ptice, Éjszakai ragadozók, Yön eläimet, Nočné zvieratá, ノクターナル・アニマルズ
Runtime 1 h 56 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description An unhappy and lamenting art curator (Amy Adams) begins to picture herself within the pages of a novel manuscript, sent to her by her former husband (Jake Gyllenhaal), whose negative associations of their relationship takes a fictionalized violent direction on the page.

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Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 23:51

I'm not a fan of Stephen Poliakoff's work. For me, his films are about a man who's never really got his life together. I think his work is about a man who has to live in a void. I have to admit I was intrigued by this film. I knew it was a Poliakoff film, but I never thought it would be a film about the dark side of modern life. But, I was wrong. The film is about an artist who lives with a wife and two children. His name is Scott, and his life is complicated. His wife, Eve, is pregnant. She goes into labor and dies. Scott goes back to his home town in Pennsylvania to care for his kids and take care of his dying mother. The problem with Scott is that his life is not so perfect. He is a man who has to deal with his wife's death, his children's problems, and his mother's health. The problem is, he has no direction in his life. He is a workaholic who does not seem to have any kind of life outside of his work. He does not seem to care for his family, and he does not seem to have any kind of purpose in life. This is one of the films that I thought was very good. It was funny, it was sad, and it had an edge to it. I think that if you liked the films of Paul Schrader, you would like this film. This film also has a lot of parallels to what we are seeing with Trump and the people he surrounds himself with. I think that people who are really involved in politics are going to really enjoy this film. I think that if you want to see a film about the dark side of modern life, then I would recommend this film.
Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 16:16

Cameron Crowe's "A Most Violent Year" and "Adaptation" have long been my favorite movies. "A Most Violent Year" is a very different film than either of them, but I think it's more interesting than most of the films I've seen this year. I don't want to ruin anything by saying it's the story of a man who's life is changed forever after he sees a dog being shot and killed in a way that is so disgusting and inhumane, that he decides to become a full-time animal activist, and he goes about it in a way that is both courageous and inspiring. He makes an effort to find the killer and eventually ends up becoming involved with a small band of animal activists who are looking for the killer. The film also deals with a number of different themes, which are more interesting than one might expect from this type of film. There are some very interesting scenes where Crowe does a great job of using sound and close-ups to make you feel like you're in the room with the actors, and that's what made me really enjoy this film. He does a great job of making you feel like you're there with them. I also really enjoyed how Crowe manages to show both sides of the story without getting too preachy, which is something that I didn't like with some of the films I've seen this year. Another thing I enjoyed about this film is the way that Crowe uses music, which I'm not sure if he does a good job with this, but it was very interesting and memorable. It's a little bit hard to explain, but the film has a great soundtrack. "A Most Violent Year" is a very different film than I expected, but it's a very interesting one that I highly recommend.


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