The Double Hour

2011 | 105 min. minutes | Rated NR

A cross between a psychological thriller and a ghost story, The Double Hour centers around Sonia (Kseniya Rappoport), a lonely chambermaid at a high-end hotel in Turin who hooks up with Guido (Filippo Timi), an ex-cop turned private security guard. In the first of the film’s many surprises, their budding romance is cut short by tragedy, and Sonia plunges into further torment and confusion. The film doubles back several times to reveal that things aren’t what they have seemed (except when they are) through a series of devices that, while not spectacularly clever, are intriguing enough to keep things going. But the real credit goes to Rappoport and Timi for their magnetizing onscreen presence.


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Film Credits
Giuseppe Capotondi
Filippo Timi, Ksenia Rappaport, Gaetano Bruno, Federica Cassini, Giorgio Colangeli, Michele Di Mauro, Lorenzo Gioielli, Giampiero Judica, Roberto Accornero, Barbara Braconi