Erik Poppe’s latest film, A Thousand Times Good Night is another cinematic study of personal sacrifice. It is an attempt to understand the nature of it and to experience the stages a person goes through, while dealing with dilemmas and setting priorities in life.

From the very first scenes it is apparent how compelling and emotionally intense the film is. Even the viewers who go to watch it without knowing the plot will find themselves captivated much sooner than they would expect. In the opening scene, Rebecca (Juliette Binoche), a photojournalist, is standing between a group . . .

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Cleo lives in Thessaloniki, Greece. She’s studying to become an electrical engineer but what she actually does is watch and discuss films as much as possible, hoping to someday make her own. She has a soft spot for all things art, travelling, Nordic languages and english accents.