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“Dead of Night,” originally titled “Death at Midnight,” is an anthology horror film produced in Britain during World War II (released in September 1945). Directed by Alberto Cavalcanti, Charles Crichton, Basil Dearden, and Robert Hamer, the film weaves together five interconnected stories revolving around recurring dreams experienced by various guests staying at a country house. Each tale builds upon themes such as premonition, guilt, revenge, obsession, and psychological terror.

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