History Film / WeAreTheNight

19th May '16 2:31:57 PM fruitstripegum
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** Lousie apologises to the stewardess and kills her off quickly in the opening scene.

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** Lousie Louise apologises to the stewardess and kills her off quickly in the opening scene.
19th May '16 2:30:56 PM fruitstripegum
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* SheCleansUpNicely: Louise gives Lena a post-transformation bath during which all of her various wounds heal, her tattoos and piercings disappear, her hair grows longer, and the black dye dissolves to show her natural auburn. Afterward, she appears significantly more conventionally
attractive overall. She looks so different that it's almost as if she was a different person.

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* SheCleansUpNicely: Louise gives Lena a post-transformation bath during which all of her various wounds heal, her tattoos and piercings disappear, her hair grows longer, and the black dye dissolves to show her natural auburn. Afterward, she appears significantly more conventionally
conventionally attractive overall. She looks so different that it's almost as if she was a different person.
17th Jan '16 11:28:38 AM twyxter
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* OutlivingOnesOffspring: Charlotte mentions having a baby daughter before becoming vampire, and later she attends said daughter at the hospital, old and on a deathbed.



* SheCleansUpNicely: Louise gives Lena a post-transformation bath during which all of her various wounds heal, her tattoos and piercings disappear, her hair grows longer, and the black dye dissolves to show her natural auburn. Afterward, she appears significantly more conventionally attractive overall. She looks so different that it's almost as if she was a different person.

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* SheCleansUpNicely: Louise gives Lena a post-transformation bath during which all of her various wounds heal, her tattoos and piercings disappear, her hair grows longer, and the black dye dissolves to show her natural auburn. Afterward, she appears significantly more conventionally conventionally
attractive overall. She looks so different that it's almost as if she was a different person.person.
* ShooOutTheClowns: The film becomes more darker and dramatic after [[spoiler: Nora dies]]
30th Apr '15 3:42:40 PM AgentSniff
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* InDaClub: The "''Nighlife''"-sequence.

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* InDaClub: The "''Nighlife''"-sequence."''Nightlife''"-sequence.
30th Apr '15 3:41:47 PM AgentSniff
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* InDaClub: The "''Nighlife''"-sequence.
17th Apr '15 6:15:35 AM AgentSniff
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* AmbiguousEnding: [[spoiler: We don't really know what became of Lena and Tom]].



* BlackComedy: There is a running gag about Louise being really annoyed whenever Nora kills somebody without thinking about the consequences.
* BlessedWithSuck: The vampires. Despite their wealth and ability to enjoy food, sex and drugs, Nora is the only one who seems to really enjoy being a vampire, [[spoiler: but she is worried about killing any boy she might get close too (which she does) in a really extreme version of the Hedgehog's dilemma]], Charlotte [[spoiler: has sunken into a depression because she misses her daughter, having missed her entire life]], Louise realised long ago that all her wealth and luxury is pointless without any one to share it with and Lena is horrified by having to kill humans in order to survive.



* GreyAndGrayMorality: Many different shades. Lena will steal money, but doesn't want to kill people, which can be an example of EvenEvilHasStandards. Her initial struggle with Tom is WhiteAndGreyMorality. The vampires take on brutal Russian pimps and rapists, an example of BlackAndGrayMorality. Of course, they also kill completely innocent people, which can be WhiteAndGreyMorality or straight BlackAndWhiteMorality, depending on your view. At one point Louise shows remorse for killing innocent people, but only because she promised Lena she wouldn't. If all four vampires are grey, Lena is certainly a lighter shade. Between all of this, plus the various moments of PetTheDog, it's hard to say exactly how good or evil any of these characters are.

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* GreyAndGrayMorality: Many different shades. Lena will steal money, but doesn't want to kill people, which can be an example of EvenEvilHasStandards. Her initial struggle with Tom is WhiteAndGreyMorality. The vampires take on brutal Russian pimps and rapists, an example of BlackAndGrayMorality. Of course, they also kill completely innocent people, which can be WhiteAndGreyMorality or straight BlackAndWhiteMorality, depending on your view. Charlotte's [[spoiler: killing of the guard]] especially comes off as really pointless. At one point Louise shows remorse for killing innocent people, but only because she promised Lena she wouldn't. If all four vampires are grey, Lena is certainly a lighter shade. Between all of this, plus the various moments of PetTheDog, it's hard to say exactly how good or evil any of these characters are.


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** Lousie apologises to the stewardess and kills her off quickly in the opening scene.


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** She also killed the pilot in the beginning, so the vampires had to crash the plane.


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* {{Workaholic}}: Tom, which Lummer calls him out on.


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* YouNeedToGetLaid: Whenever Tom and Lummer does not talk about work, Lummer talks about how Tom needs a girlfriend [[spoiler: and that is mayby while he smiles at the end of the film]].
9th Dec '14 4:16:32 PM AgentSniff
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*ColorMotif: The film uses yellow, blue and red heavily. This is partly because these are primary colors and the two former would work well aestethicly with the color of blood. More imporantly, the dayscenes and the tragic scenes uses dull yellow light. The night scenes (especially in the first half) are much more colorful than any of the dayscenes, pointing the colorlessness of Lena's life and the glamour of the vampires.
25th Feb '14 8:13:10 AM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* TrainingFromHell: To teach Lena how to be a vampire, Louise and the other two give her to Russian pimps, who try to beat and rape her, in order to trigger her natural defense mechanisms. The other three still have to step in to prevent Lena from being too badly beaten.



* TrainingFromHell: To teach Lena how to be a vampire, Louise and the other two give her to Russian pimps, who try to beat and rape her, in order to trigger her natural defense mechanisms. The other three still have to step in to prevent Lena from being too badly beaten.
6th Dec '13 11:52:45 PM INH5
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Lena is a teenage girl who lives together with her mother in Berlin and tries to live off what little they have - and of what she can steal. All of a sudden, she attracts the attention of two very different parties: the Berlin police, especially the curious policeman Tom, for a particularly cheeky theft and a band of three [[LesbianVampire vampiresses]] who discover her in an underground club. The eldest of the vampires, Louise, falls in love with Lena and bites her to make her a new companion.

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Lena is a teenage twenty-something girl who lives together with her mother in Berlin and tries to live off what little they have - and of what she can steal. All of a sudden, she attracts the attention of two very different parties: the Berlin police, especially the curious policeman Tom, for a particularly cheeky theft and a band of three [[LesbianVampire vampiresses]] who discover her in an underground club. The eldest of the vampires, Louise, falls in love with Lena and bites her to make her a new companion.
4th Dec '13 10:22:16 AM INH5
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* FangThpeak: Originally the vampire teeth worn by the actresses caused this, but the make-up designers invented a new model that aveeted this and worked so well that the actresses sometimes forgot that they wore them.

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* FangThpeak: Originally the vampire teeth worn by the actresses caused this, but the make-up designers invented a new model that aveeted averted this and worked so well that the actresses sometimes forgot that they wore them.



* GroinAttack: Tom get's a hard kick in the nards.

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* GroinAttack: Tom get's gets a hard kick in the nards.nards from Lena.
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