밤에 혼자 집에 걸어가는 소녀 - A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
|밤에 혼자 집에 걸어가는 소녀|
극장 개봉 포스터
|페르시아 인||دختری در شب تنها به خانه میرود|
|감독||아나 릴리 아미르 푸어|
|작성자||아나 릴리 아미르 푸어|
|영화 촬영법||라일 빈센트|
|편집자||알렉스 오 플린|
|101 분 |
|박스 오피스||$ 628,000 |
밤을 걷는 뱀파이어 소녀 ( 페르시아어 : دختری در شب تنها به خانه میرود Dokhtari 에스 SAB tanhâ 수 트리 실록산의 miravad ) 2014 년 미국인 공포 서양 영화  작성 및 감독 아나 릴리 아미 어퍼 . "최초의 이란 뱀파이어 서양"으로 홍보되었으며 2014 년 선댄스 영화제 "Next"프로그램에 상영되었습니다 . 
Saeed comes across a strange young woman in a chador at night. She persuades Saeed to take her back to his apartment. While there, she grows long fangs and first bites off his finger, then goes for his neck, killing him. As she leaves, she passes by Arash, who has come to offer the earrings for his car. He finds Saeed dead, and takes back his car keys along with a suitcase of drugs and cash. Arash decides to sell the drugs, allowing him to quit his job working for Shaydah. Later, he goes to a costume party at a night club dressed up as Dracula, where he is persuaded by Shaydah into taking one of the ecstasy그가 팔고있는 약. 그 영향으로 그는 그녀에게 거부 당하고 밤에 길에서 길을 잃는다.
차도르와 함께있는 여성 은 잃어버린 아라 쉬를 만날 때까지 아파트에서 혼자 음악을 듣 거나 , 스케이트 보드 를 타거나, 밤에 보행자를 괴롭히는 데 시간을 보냅니다 . 그는 연약함과 동정심을 보여주고 그녀는 그를 집으로 데려가 음악을 듣고 그녀는 그의 노출 된 목에 저항한다. 그들은 다음날 밤에 만나고 그녀는 그녀가 한 끔찍한 일을 모른다고 말합니다. 그는 놀라지 않고 그녀에게 귀걸이를주고 – 그녀의 요청에 따라 – 그녀의 귀를 안전핀으로 뚫었 지만 결국 그녀는 떠납니다.
Saeed를 위해 일했던 매춘부 아띠 는 밤에 여성을 따라 가고 매춘부 아파트로 후퇴한다. 그 여자는 Saeed가 그녀에게 빚진 지불금을 Atti에게 준다. 그들은 여자가 Atti가 더 이상 원하는 것이 무엇인지 기억하지 못한다는 것을 깨닫는 대화를 나눕니다. 그녀는 떠난다.
헤로인 금단으로 고통받는 Hossein은 Arash의 고양이가 그의 죽은 아내라고 믿는 에피소드를 가지고 있습니다. 아버지에게 분노한 Arash는 그에게 마약과 돈을주고 그를 쫓아 내고 고양이를 데리고 가라고 말한다. 호세인은 아띠에게 가서 헤로인을 데려가도록 강요합니다. 그들은 호세인을 죽인 여성이 발견합니다. 아티가 호세인의 시신 처리를 도운 후, 그녀는 그녀에게 고양이를 데리고 떠나라고 말합니다.
다음날 아침 아라 쉬는 호세인의 시신을 발견합니다. 괴로워 한 그는 여자의 아파트로 달려가 그녀에게 그와 함께 도망쳐달라고 간청합니다. 그녀가 물건을 모으는 동안 고양이가 나타나고 Arash는 그녀가 아버지의 죽음과 관련이 있음을 깨닫습니다. 아라 쉬와 여자는 함께 차를 몰고 갔지만 그는 화를 내고 무엇을해야할지 결정하지 못한 채 길가로 출발합니다. 그는 결국 차에 다시 탔고 두 사람은 여행을 계속합니다.
- Sheila Vand as The Girl 역
- Arash Marandi Arash 역
- 마샬 마네 쉬 (호세인 역)
- Dominic Rains Saeed 역
- Mozhan Marnò as Atti
- 로마 Shadanloo Shaydah 역
- 고양이 마스카 
The director, regarding the mythology of the vampire, has stated that: "A vampire is so many things: serial killer, a romantic, a historian, a drug addict – they're sort of all these things in one." The film examines these facets of a vampire as described by Amirpour in a variety of ways.
The film's protagonist, The Girl, is a sort-of antihero vigilante with a taste for bad men. As a vampire, she is able to roam the streets at night without being concerned for her safety, subverting the implications of the film's title. She is the perpetrator, not the victim, and possesses agency and power that would not be typically reserved for her in an environment such as Bad City. In this way, the film has feminist leanings.
An Indiegogo campaign was launched in July 2012 to fund the feature-length version of the film. On August 27, 2012, the campaign's goal of $55,000 was surpassed. The project ended up with a total sum of $56,903 raised by 290 backers.
In an interview with MovieMaker, Amirpour spoke regarding her relationship with filmmaking:
“People ask me, “Why did you make A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night?” My answer is that I was lonely—that’s why. But taking that a step further, the truth is that I make films to make friends and find real intimacy; a connection with others based on something that’s meaningful to me. The people who make these films with you, your cast and crew—it’s like they’re on a vision quest with you. That is an incomparable experience. And then when the film is done and out there, the people who are attracted to your film—the audiences, festivals that embrace it, other filmmakers, artists, the critics who like what you do—those are my friends. And I don’t expect to be friends with everyone.”
Amirpour is a lifelong skater, and was a stand-in for the skateboarding sequences present in the film.
The film is directed and imagined by Ana Lily Amirpour with cinematography by Lyle Vincent. Its style is clearly inspired by spaghetti westerns like those of Sergio Leone, featuring a mysterious, lone, antihero with a vigilante streak. However, the genre is reimagined with a female lead, and is a hybrid spaghetti western-vampire film. As a vampire film it serves as an homage to its legacy of predecessors especially the 1922 German Expressionist film Nosferatu. Echoes of the film are seen in the choice of black and white, the use of shadows, and the minimal dialogue. The film's dialogue is entirely in Persian, and the film blends elements of Iranian culture with the spaghetti western-vampire imagery described above.
The film was shot digitally with anamorphic lenses, which Amirpour and Vincent selected in an effort to emphasize the bleak, otherworldly atmosphere of the film.
Amirpour has stated that graphic novels are a major source of inspiration for her. The visual language of the film is not unlike that of a comic book, with its “high-contrast monochrome aesthetic”. Additionally, Bad City, the fictional location in which the film is set, may perhaps be a nod to Frank Miller's “Sin City”.
Amirpour has said that she had her actors watch Nosferatu and many spaghetti westerns in preparation for their roles.
She has also said that "every piece of the story, every character, every costume, every bit of music" is something that she "love[s] to the point of obsession."
|1.||"Charkhesh e Pooch"||Kiosk||2:23|
|5.||"Bashy"||Free Electric Band||5:14|
|7.||"Hishe Ayn Ore (Remember That Day?)"||Bei Ru||2:52|
|8.||"Bread Thief"||Bei Ru||3:00|
|9.||"Death (album version)"||White Lies||5:00|
|16.||"The Veil"||Bei Ru||3:52|
A limited edition vinyl pressing of the soundtrack, and accompanying album art, was released by Death Waltz Records in January 2014.
The film received positive reviews from critics, holding a 96% "Certified Fresh" approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 130 reviews and the site's consensus reads: "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night blends conventional elements into something brilliantly original -- and serves as a striking calling card for writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour."
Guy Lodge of Variety said in his review that "Ana Lily Amirpour's auspicious debut feature is a sly, slinky vampire romance set in an imaginary Iranian underworld". Andrew O'Hehir of Salon called the film "the year's biggest discovery" and praised its feminist themes. Boyd van Hoeij, in his review for The Hollywood Reporter, praised the movie, saying "this moody and gorgeous film is finally more about atmosphere and emotions than narrative – and none the worse for it". Drew Taylor of Indiewire graded the film A− and said that it gives "the impression that you're witnessing something iconic and important unfold before you".
Belgian band the Black Heart Rebellion created an alternative soundtrack for the film, played it live several times with the film screening in the background and released it as an album in 2018.
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