In My Sleep

Here’s an exclusive look at an interesting film currently making the rounds on the festival circuit, gearing up for a limited release at the end of the month. It’s called In My Sleep, and it’s from first time director Allen Wolf. Starring Philip Winchester (Solomon Kane), Arrested Development‘s Tony Hale and Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls), it tells the story of man who suffers from parasomnia, a sleep disorder that makes him do things in his sleep which he cannot remember the next day. You know, like possibly kill one of his close friends in cold blood. That sort of thing.

The film recently won the audience award at the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival, as well as the Best Feature award at the Omaha Film Festival alongside awards from various other festivals across the country. It is currently set for a limited release on April 23 in Los Angeles and on April 30 in New York. More information can be found at InMySleep.com. Check out the official synopsis and exclusive photos below.

Synopsis:

In this taut psychological thriller, Marcus struggles with parasomnia, a rare sleep disorder which makes him do things in his sleep which he cannot remember the next day.

His situation takes a startling turn when Marcus wakes up with blood on his hands and a knife at his side. That same morning, a close friend is found stabbed to death. Marcus frantically tries to put the pieces together – while sleepwalking, could he have murdered his friend to hide a dark secret between them?

The police close in as Marcus investigates his own nocturnal activities, desperate to figure out what happens after he goes to sleep. His gripping journey to uncover the truth leads him to a shocking discovery.

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In My Sleep

In My Sleep


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