We Are The Night
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Dennis Gansel, responsible for the hit The Wave, explores night time in Berlin to find a sect of seductive lady vampires that hide out in the city's alternative clubs and enjoy the luxury and pleasures their attained immortality provides them. A stylized vision of female vampirism, closer to films like The Hunger or the TV series True Blood than to Twilight, We Are the Night differs from other films present this year in Sitges because it gives the myth an image of sensuality, charisma and attraction, playing especially on fascination for the night. A fascination that Gansel uses almost… More
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 62%

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"A love triangle with fangs but no bite, the German import "We Are the Night" is mostly infatuated with its own stylish excesses."
‑ Jeannette Catsoulis, New York Times
"an odd - and therefore interesting - blend of genetic elitism, feminist emancipation and rave-culture hedonism, where oldworld bloodlines leave a trail imprinted in the postmodern age - all wrapped in a slickly stylish audiovisual package."
‑ Anton Bitel, Little White Lies
"We Are the Night's primary interest seems to be wish fulfillment, but it's hard to tell at times exactly whose fantasies these are supposed to be."
‑ Jesse Cataldo, Slant Magazine
"...No genre-changer...but it's bloody, occasionally clever and wears its underlying message about the perils of power lightly..."
‑ Maitland McDonagh, Film Journal International
"Stylishly reinvents juvenile pulp with flashy pyrotechnics."
‑ Ronnie Scheib, Variety
"It's stylishly constructed and a better feminist vampire yarn than Twilight, but still problematic in itself."
‑ Shaun Munro, What Culture
"Consumed with arranging a pretty picture than securing a ripe female-slanted take on seductive acts of evil and decadence. It's a fireworks display, not a meaty reinvention of a rusty genre."
‑ Brian Orndorf, BrianOrndorf.com
"The first half-hour boasts real energy and finds new ways to explore elements of the vampire genre. Until the time continued to pass and it slowly dawned that most of its ideas were circa 1987."
‑ Erik Childress, eFilmCritic.com
"Gansel compensates for the story's lack of emotional heft with rousing chase scenes and impressive, near-poetic CGI set pieces, and works in a sly suggestion that vampirism is the ultimate expression of consumerist indulgence."
‑ Mark Holcomb, Village Voice
"A slick, stylish (sometimes silly) vampire import. (Avoid the English dub version!)"
‑ Scott Weinberg, FEARnet
"This feels like a Luc Besson genre knock-off in the best sense of that phrase -- a spunky, stylish mash-up of vampire flick and police procedural, with just a dash of doomed romance. Demerits for the dubbing, though."
‑ Brent Simon, Shockya.com
"As vampire movies go, it's a damn sight better than Twilight."
‑ Ethan Alter, NYC Film Critic
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