The Midnight Sky 12 (121mins) IMAGINE two script-writers running down a corridor towards a film producer's office. One has in their hand the story of a dying man who is having an existential crisis while stuck alone in the Arctic. The other is clutching a Star Trek -style sci-fi tale, based inside a spaceship with all the gadgets and spacesuits to boot. As the pair race to the office, they crash into each other and the papers mix up. In their haste, they accidentally take sections of each other's scripts and present them to the producer. That is how, I assume, The Midnight Sky came to our screens. This confused and frustrating film, directed by and starring George Clooney , is a clunky mixture of two stories and several characters, none of which you truly get to know or understand. On Earth in 2049, heavily bearded astronomer Augustine Lofthouse (Clooney) is living alone in an abandoned observatory station in the Arctic after a mysterious global catastrophe. He needs daily blood transfusions, or he will die, and appears to be a raging alcoholic. He is soon joined by mute, creepy-but-cute little girl Iris (Caoilinn Springall) who has been accidentally left there…. Read full this story
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