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Aaron Jones 2 years ago
Shows love for the original but not as good. Interesting how it was adapted for Hollywood.
Daniel Cartis over 4 years ago
Boring. Not on the same level as other C. Nolan films. Basic murder/mystery flick
Luis Uribe over 4 years ago
Beautiful landscapes
Marcel 5 years ago
This is how all crime/detective movies should be like! A+
Guna Balan over 5 years ago
exasperates,quite simple plot but making is badly middling
Austin almost 6 years ago
It's a decent movie, but not worth watching many times.
Julian Liby almost 6 years ago
Relatively slow moving plot, but the atmosphere is dark and fantastic.
Bruno Ferreira Machado almost 7 years ago
Excellent throughout. Loved Robin Williams' role.
Don Lathrop 1 month ago
Amirreza Edalat over 1 year ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
Michelle Arostegui over 1 year ago
Hiram Soto almost 2 years ago
Thibaut Morel almost 3 years ago
Ryan Thomas 3 years ago
Alice Albescu over 3 years ago
Fernando Studzinski over 3 years ago
Insomnia is an American psychological thriller film directed by Christopher Nolan and starring Al Pacino, Robin Williams, and Hilary Swank. The film, released on 24 May 2002, is a remake of the 1997 Norwegian film of the same name. In the small fishing town of Nightmute, Alaska, 17-year-old Kay Connell (Crystal Lowe) is found murdered. LAPD detectives Will Dormer (Al Pacino) and Hap Eckhart (Martin Donovan) are sent to assist the local police with their investigation. Concurrently, an intense Internal Affairs investigation in Los Angeles is about to put Dormer under the microscope; Eckhart reveals that Internal Affairs has offered him an immunity deal in exchange for his testimony regarding one of Dormer's past cases. Dormer tries to talk Eckhart out of it, but Eckhart, apparently complicit to some degree in Dormer's misdeeds, says that ultimately he must look out for himself and his family, so he feels he has no choice but to accept the deal. Focusing on the Nightmute case, Dormer...
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