The Night and the Moment
The Night and the Moment is a 1994 British-French-Italian erotic drama film co-written and directed by Anna Maria Tatò and starring Willem Dafoe, Lena Olin and Miranda Richardson. It was screened out of competition at the 51st Venice International Film Festival.
|The Night and the Moment|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Anna Maria Tatò|
|Produced by||Boudjemaa Dahmane|
|Screenplay by||Jean-Claude Carrière|
Anna Maria Tatò
|Based on||La Nuit et le Moment|
by Crebillon Fils
|Music by||Ennio Morricone|
|Edited by||Ruggero Mastroianni|
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A writer (Dafoe) is invited to the house of a noblewoman (Olin) who adores free-thinkers. He attempts to seduce her but she insists that he tell her of his past love exploits. While doing so, he takes her through his time in prison where he was unknowingly incarcerated in the cell beside hers.
|Willem Dafoe||The Writer|
|Lena Olin||The Marquise|
|Jean-Claude Carrière||The Governor|
- Edoardo Pittalis, Roberto Pugliese, Bella di Notte, August 1996.
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- The Night and the Moment at AllMovie
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