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Getty Images Michelle Williams and Joel Edgerton They will star as a couple who find themselves victims of dangerous robbery. Michelle Williams and Joel Edgerton are set to star in a remake of 2009 Italian film The Double Hour. Joshua Marston ( Maria
Thanks to more than 15,000 hours of archival footage, expertly edited, this thrilling and complex doc on three-time Formula One driving champion Ayrton Senna has the narrative drive of a scripted feature. A legend in his native Brazil, we see how
September 6, 2011 10:07PM The crime drama-mystery The Double Hour will be screened at 7:30 p.m...A chambermaid and an ex-cop meet at a speed dating event and a romance develops. But during a romantic getaway things suddenly take a dark turn.
August 31, 2011 4:19PM The crime drama-mystery The Double Hour will be screened at 7:30 p.m...A chambermaid and an ex-cop meet at a speed dating event and a romance develops. But during a romantic getaway things suddenly take a dark turn.
Set in Turin where director Giuseppe Capotondi restricted his locales to the gritty, gray part of town, Sonia, an Eastern European immigrant, is a mousy hotel maid who turns to speed dating in a search for companionship...In Italy, things move slowly,
Directed by Giuseppe Capotondi, from a screenplay by Alessandro Fabbri, Ludovica Rampoldi and Stefano Sardo...Not rated; for mature audiences (contains sexuality and violence).
tool goes here Mystery lovers, this one's a doozie. A film noir meshed with a second-chance love story, "The Double Hour" has more turns than the streets of San Francisco. A guessing-game from start to finish, this debut film by music-video director
The Double Hour" is a top-flight Euro thriller right up there with "Tell No One." Italian director Giuseppe Capotondi, a commercial and video guy clearly schooled in Hitchcock, early Polanski and the classic noirs (especially Fritz Lang's "The Woman
Partly a strangers-in-the-night love story, partly an icy, twisty Hitchcockian thriller and partly an old-school Italian shocker, Giuseppe Capotondi's "The Double Hour" delivers an intriguing change of pace for genre and art-house fans. If the movie
The Double Hour is the first feature from director Giuseppe Capotondi, a former philosophy student who looks as if he's still at it...He's made a psychological thriller that is very heavy on the mumbo-jumbo.