Sleepless Night (2011)

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TitleSleepless Night
Original TitleNuit blanche
Year2011
CountryBelgium, France, Luxembourg
GenreAction (Movies)
CollectionPolice
Run Time1h 42 min
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The film stars Tomer Sisley as Vincent, a police detective who plans to rob a pair of drug couriers when he finds that the cocaine he has is owned by nightclub owner and drug dealer Jose Marciano (Serge Riaboukine). Marciano kidnaps Vincent’s son with the demand that he will be returned if his cocaine is returned. Just as Vincent finalizes the deal, he finds that his cocaine has vanished. The rest of the story focuses on him finding an alternate way to save his son.

Sleepless Night premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. It was also shown at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. In September 2011, Warner Bros. Studios bought the rights for an American remake. The film was released in France on November 11, 2011. The film was the 15th highest-grossing film in France on its opening week and grossed a total of $298,383. Tribeca Film purchased the American rights to the film for theatrical and video-on-demand distribution.

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The film stars Tomer Sisley as Vincent, a police detective who plans to rob a pair of drug couriers when he finds that the cocaine he has is owned by nightclub owner and drug dealer Jose Marciano (Serge Riaboukine). Marciano kidnaps Vincent’s son with the demand that he will be returned if his cocaine is returned. Just as Vincent finalizes the deal, he finds that his cocaine has vanished. The rest of the story focuses on him finding an alternate way to save his son.

Sleepless Night premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. It was also shown at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival. In September 2011, Warner Bros. Studios bought the rights for an American remake. The film was released in France on November 11, 2011. The film was the 15th highest-grossing film in France on its opening week and grossed a total of $298,383. Tribeca Film purchased the American rights to the film for theatrical and video-on-demand distribution.

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