IFFR 2017 – review – STILL NIGHT, STILL LIGHT (“Mes nuits feront ├ęcho,” Sophie Goyette, 2017, Canada)

Discussions of cinema and dreams often revert to psychoanalysis and linguistics. Sophie Goyette’s charming feature debut Still Night, Still Light does not altogether avoid discussions on such terms. Nonetheless, dreams here represent pivotal elements for the advancement of narrative as well as excuses to shift narrative focus from character to character as it progresses. They…