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THE OTHER SIDE OF SLEEP

by Rebecca Daly

synopsis

A sleepwalker since childhood, Arlene works in the local factory of the small Irish rural town she grew up in. When a young woman is found dead in the woods, Arlene immediately channels her own mother’s disappearance, twenty years ago. Increasingly drawn to the girl’s family - her accused boyfriend and grieving sister, Arlene barricades herself in at night, depriving herself of sleep. Deep in emotional turmoil, her sleeping and waking realities soon blur, as the community searches to find the killer.

international title: The Other Side of Sleep
original title: The Other Side of Sleep
country: Ireland, Netherlands, Hungary
sales agent: Memento Films International
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Rebecca Daly
film run: 88'
screenplay: Glenn Montgomery, Rebecca Daly
cast: Antonia Campbell-Hughes, Olwen Fouere, Morgan Bushe
cinematography by: Suzie Lavelle
film editing: Halina Daugird
art director: Eleanor Wood
music: Marc Lizier, Michel Schöpping
producer: Morgan Bushe, Macdara Kelleher, Ferenc Pusztai, Reinier Selen
production: Fastnet Films, Rinkel Film B.V., KMH Film
backing: MEDIA Programme, Irish Film Board, Netherlands Film Fund, Hungarian Motion Picture Foundation
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