R, 80 min.
Director: David Mackenzie
Writer: Thomas Leveritt
Starring: Luke Treadaway, Natalia Tena, Mat Baynton, Kari Corbett, Sophie Wu, Gavin Mitchell, Ruta Gedmintas, Alistair Mackenzie, Gilly Gilchrist, Joseph Mydell
“Tonight You’re Mine” is a romantic comedy in one of the more unique settings I’ve seen. The entire movie takes place during the T in the Park rock festival in England, and it was actually filmed during the festival. It involves two musicians who get handcuffed together at the beginning of the festival and must remain cuffed until they can find the key or someone willing to help with the right equipment.
Of course, as the rules of the genre dictate, the two hate each other from the start, and it takes 24 hours of forced company to open their eyes to the fact that they really love each other. The story isn’t anything groundbreaking, but it execution is original and fun. Most of all, the movie is filled with great music.