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Marina Antunes [Celluloid 01.07.21] horror



Director Kourosh Ahari made a big splash in the movie world last year as the director of the first US-produced film to receive a theatrical release in Iran since the revolution. The movie in question: The Night.


After a night spent with friends, Babak and Neda (Shahab Hosseini and Niousha Noor respectively) decide to take a break from the drive home and give their baby, and themselves, a bit of rest at the Hotel Normandie, a nice but creepy hotel – the only one nearby. The pair settle in for the night only to have their baby wake up. This is far from abnormal but what follows is a series of progressively stranger and creepier events that suggest an evil force has enticed the young family there for a reason.



While I'm not sure if it's simply the edit of the trailer of the movie itself, the trailer for The Night certainly suggests that the movie will deliver on the creepiness factor in spades.


The Night opens in theatres and will be available on-demand on January 29.



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