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THE SUNLIT NIGHT

by David Wnendt

synopsis

Summer is off to a terrible start for Frances (Jenny Slate). Her art project fails, her boyfriend unceremoniously kicks her out of his Hamptons home, and, to top it all off, her younger sister reveals she’s engaged just moments before her parents announce their separation. Out of a mixture of panic and frustration, Frances hastily takes an opening for an art residency in Norway and heads off to an isolated island where the sun never sets.

international title: The Sunlit Night
original title: Die sonnenbeschienene Nacht
country: Germany, Norway
sales agent: Mister Smith Entertainment Limited
year: 2019
genre: fiction
directed by: David Wnendt
film run: 106'
screenplay: Rebecca Dinerstein, David Wnendt, Zach Bjork
cast: Jenny Slate, Zach Galifianakis, Alex Sharp, Gillian Anderson, Fridtjov Såheim, David Paymer
cinematography by: Martin Ahlgren
film editing: Andreas Wodraschke
art director: Kristine Wilhelmsen, Katie Hickman
costumes designer: Stacey Berman
music: Enis Rotthoff
producer: Michael B. Clark, Alex Turtletaub, Gabrielle Nadig, Jenny Slate, Fabian Gasmia, Ruben Thorkildsen
production: Detailfilm, Ape&Bjørn AS
backing: Norwegian Film Institute (NO)
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