Lights in the Dusk
Lights in the Dusk

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In Helsinki, a lonely night watchman is caught up in a series of misadventures with a femme fatale and a crooked businessman.... (Full plot summary below)

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In Helsinki, a lonely night watchman is caught up in a series of misadventures with a femme fatale and a crooked businessman.

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Chicago Reader - 9/10 by J. R. JonesKaurismaki creates some beautiful frames, carefully composing his affectless characters against the rooms' colors, but there's something wrong with your story when people are upstaged by the decor.
TV Guide Magazine - 8/10 by Ken FoxIt's a handsome production, and a pleasure to watch. - 8/10 by Chris Cabindumbfounding the audience once again, mixing the metaphysical with the meanderingly amusing.
Los Angeles CityBeat - 8/10 by Andy KleinThere is an admirable rigor here and even a brief touch of sunshine, but almost none of the humor that marks [Kaurismaki's] best work.
Antagony & Ecstasy - 8/10 by Tim BraytonA wholly satisfying comic-existential bit of fluff.
Empire Magazine - 8/10 by David ParkinsonIgnore accusations that this is sluggish and inconsequential. This is textbook Kaurismäki, from its drolly laconic style to its delicious cinematic nostalgia.
Time Out - 8/10 by Geoff AndrewKaurismäki's delightfully delicate cautionary fable charts his unassuming hero's descent into an unforeseen nightmare of deceit and violence with a characteristically low-key blend of humane compassion and deadpan mordant humour.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Elizabeth WeitzmanKaurismaki's characteristically minimalist humor and wry empathy make brief appearances, but be warned: His Helsinki is a cold, dark place unfit for all but the hardiest visitors.
New York Post - 8/10 by V.A. MusettoIf you're new to Kaurismaki, the film will make you a fan. If you've seen everything else he's ever done, the comedy will confirm your commitment.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Lisa SchwarzbaumThere's great music, an excellent dog, and that indescribable Kaurismäki tension between misery and a cosmic joke.

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