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Sleepless 2001 123movies

Sleepless 2001 123movies

Creepier than Jack the RipperJan. 05, 2001117 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A retired detective with insomnia is called upon to solve a series of murders. His partner is a fresh faced rookie who has the aid of the latest technological equipment to help solve the crimes. Will they catch the killer?
Plot: An elderly and retired police detective and a young amateur sleuth team up to find a serial killer whom has resumed a killing spree in Turin, Italy after a 17-year hiatus.
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Sleepless 2001 123movies 1 Sleepless 2001 123movies 26.2/10 Votes: 6,783
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Sleepless 2001 123movies 7 Sleepless 2001 123movies 26.2 Votes: 164 Popularity: 7.88

Reviews:

A decent film in the later Argento filmography!
I just finished watching this for the first time in 2020 on vhs lol! I thought it had some good elements for sure. I’m a huge Italian horror fan, giallo fan, Argento fan, and horror fan in general. Some parts really drag on and some of the performances are very dull and terribly dubbed over! I’ll keep this spoiler free. The most disappointing part besides all that was the kills. There was only one really memorable and gory one in the whole movie but the rest didn’t even show anything! They cut away and you don’t even know how they died or what killed them, which makes the kills very lame and tame! There are some beautiful actresses for eye candy to look at. Max van sidow puts on a good performance and so do a few others but in whole the rest suck. So there’s a lot of back and forth between good quality and bad quality with just about everything. I did enjoy the twists at the end though and it reminded me of argento’s other great giallo movies. I won’t get into details because I don’t want to ruin anything for you. As an overall package it was a watchable film but not a great film in any way. It’s worth at least one watch if you can’t find anything you haven’t seen yet and if you love Dario Argento’s work! You will probably forget it though. The music was actually decent too Goblin did some of it. This is my first quick review by the way…just a little glimpse, summary, and opinion.
Review By: bigem-97980 Rating: 6 Date: 2020-01-12
Great Film, Although Recycled From Earlier Argento
As a child, a young boy named Giacomo witnesses his mother’s murder, but cannot see the killer’s face. After the killer is presumed dead, he goes on with his life. But years later the killer returns and Giacomo is back in the thick of things: he teams up with a retired detective he met as a boy (played by Max von Sydow) and they track the clues around Turin.

Dario Argento consistently delivers films that I consider top-notch. If you look at a list of my reviewed films from highest to lowest ranked, you’ll see a cluster of his work right up in the top ten or twenty (which is pretty high considering how many reviews I’ve done). This is the lowest I’ve ranked his work yet, and let me be clear about my reasoning: this is not a bad film. On the contrary, it is a very good film (some say the best since “Suspiria”, although I would disagree).

The primary reason this is ranked lower is because it’s largely recycled from Argento’s earlier giallo films. Particularly, this film has strong connections to “Bird With the Crystal Plumage” and “Deep Red”. You have a protagonist who is connected to a murder and is investigating it, though not actually part of the police. This protagonist gets a strong clue about the killer, but is not able to make out what it is until after examining his memory five or six times (in this case it’s a noise he hears the killer make). And, there’s at least one red herring: as soon as the killer is caught, it may not be the real killer (again, this one has strong “Plumage” connections).

My other problem, and it’s relatively minor, is that one of the main characters has the most obnoxious voice. It’s a lispy, wheezing, Asian-sounding, high-pitched Michael Jackson voice. I had a hard time believing that anyone really talks like that. But, apart from the voice, the acting and everything else was fine.

The three really great things that stand out about this film, other than the usual Argento traits (the great music and scenery, for example) are the use of space, increased violence and the switch-up of main characters. The space issue is best shown early on in a scene on a train, which I think is what this film is most known for now (with good reason). A young woman must hide from a killer on a moving train — putting her and the camera in a confined space. This really accelerates the terror, as we feel with her that there’s literally no where to run.

The increased gore and violence is noticeably. In newer films (such as “Pelts” and “Jenifer”) Argento really lets the gore out, but in earlier works it is more mellow and implied. Even in the really violent scenes from the 1970s, it’s quick and not very disturbing. This film, with its finger-hacking and English horn choking, really creates the bridge between the 1970s Argento and the 2000s Argento.

Lastly, the characters switching is a nice touch. We don’t establish who the main character is until maybe twenty minutes or more into the film. Following the path of the killer’s notebook, we see who finds it and how it gets from point A to point B. But the notebook is not a main focus of the film, nor are the people who carry it. Like the red carpet later on, it just serves as a guide for the camera. (There is some question of how the killer is able to move around on the train and elsewhere so quickly, but we won’t worry about that here.)

As with all other Argento, I bring this one to you with the highest recommendation. Great plot (actually better than much of his work), great gore, great characters and great music. His best camera work in a long time, and a higher quality filming process (Italy is usually years behind America in film quality — this is an exception). On your next sleepless night, pick up “Sleepless”. It’s a winner.

Review By: gavin6942 Rating: 7 Date: 2007-09-16

Other Information:

Original Title Non ho sonno
Release Date 2001-01-05
Release Year 2001

Original Language it
Runtime 1 hr 57 min (117 min)
Budget 4000000
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Horror, Mystery, Thriller
Director Dario Argento
Writer Dario Argento, Franco Ferrini, Carlo Lucarelli
Actors Max von Sydow, Stefano Dionisi, Chiara Caselli
Country Italy
Awards 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panalight Camera and Lenses
Laboratory Cinecittà Laboratories, Roma, Italy
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak)
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm (Kodak)

Sleepless 2001 123movies
Sleepless 2001 123movies
Original title Non ho sonno
TMDb Rating 6.2 164 votes

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