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You and the Night (2013)
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Director:Yann Gonzalez Producer:Cécile Vacheret Screenplay by:Yann Gonzalez, Rebecca Zlotowski Music by:Anthony Gonzalez Cinematography:Simon Beaufils  Edited by:Raphaël Lefèvre Running time:91 minutes  (scenario consultant), Flavien Giorda

Country:France Language:French Genre:Comedy, Drama, Romance  Subtitle:English  Starring: Kate Moran as Ali,
Niels Schneider as Matthias
, Nicolas Maury as Udo, Éric Cantona as The Stud, Fabienne Babe as The Star,

Alain Fabien Delon as The Teen, Julie Brémond as The Slut, Béatrice Dalle as Commissioner, Jean-Christophe Bouvet as Brigadier-chief,
Pierre-Vincent Chapus as Deputy Brigadier
, Dominique Bettenfeld as Policeman

 
 

 


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ҧ:4 wins & 5 nominations.

 

 

Athens International Film Festival 2013

Won
Golden Athena
Best Picture
Yann Gonzalez 
 

Cannes Film Festival 2013

Nominated
Golden Camera
Yann Gonzalez 
Nominated
Queer Palm
Yann Gonzalez 
 

Chéries-Chéris 2013

Nominated
Grand Prize Chéries-Chéris
Feature Film
Yann Gonzalez 
 

Cork International Film Festival 2013

Nominated
Audience Award
Yann Gonzalez 
 

Milan Film Festival 2013

Won
Best Feature Film
 
 

Nashville Film Festival 2014

Won
Best Actor - Honorable Mention
Graveyard Shift Competition
Eric Cantona 
Won
Honorable Mention
Graveyard Shift Competition
Yann Gonzalez 
 

Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival 2013

Nominated
New Visions Award
Best Motion Picture
Yann Gonzalez 
 
 

Around midnight, a young couple and their transvestite maid prepare for an orgy. Their guests will be The Slut, The Star, The Stud and The Teen.

You and the Night (Les Rencontres d''après minuit; literally Encounters After Midnight) is a French erotic drama film released on 13 November 2013. The film was written and directed by Yann Gonzalez, and features music by his brother Anthony Gonzalez and his band M83.

Former Manchester United, French football player Éric Cantona was cast as The Stud.

Uplifting, Life Affirming Dream

Author: Boyd from London
7 July 2014

Well loads of people are going to hate it ... But I loved it ... It managed to show the positive aspects of taking chances in your life ... All too rare in this awful cesspit of mediocrity that society has become ... Cantona is great :)) ... Beatrice Dalle has a marvelous outrageous cameo ... And the whole cast manage to create an amazing dreamworld channeling Daughters of Darkness and The Hunger and various other films into something very 21st century AND very French ... Thank god some directors with brains can still find financing to make films ... I had to suffer through the first half hour of Noah before this ... It was awful and unwatchable ... This shows what a bit of imagination can do ... Rather just throw money at the screen and usually create expensive unwatchable rubbish









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