In “Nightlight” by Emmanuel Adjei and Marleen Ozgur, a strange magic brings the paintings of famous Dutch masters to life. The lights bring out a girl from Rembrandt’s The Night Watch, who wanders the worlds of these paintings, eventually traveling beyond time and space.
Qing Han's Night Light is a very brief little film, but it possesses a lush beauty and a friendly spirit. We witnesses a painter of living creatures, who brings life to glowing, floating fish from the fiery tip of her brush. But one of her creations slips away from her before it is quite finished.
The humorists at the Harvard Lampoon are taking aim at klutzy girls and sparkly vampires with their novel-length Twilight parody Nightlight. Expect a vain, vampire-obsessed narrator, unnecessary adjectives, and a computer geek who simply can't be bothered with girls.