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The Sleeping Room

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FilmJuice Competition: To celebrate the release of the chilling The Sleeping Room we've got THREE DVD copies to Give Away!
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Following its UK premiere at FrightFest, Second Sight is proud to announce the UK rights acquisition of acclaimed supernatural tale of Victorian revenge, The Sleeping Room.

The directorial debut of John Shackleton (Writer/Producer Panic Button) the film will make its UK debut On-Demand and Download on 27 April 2015 and DVD on 11 May 2015. Produced by Gareth I Davies, The Sleeping Room marks Movie Mogul’s second feature.

Orphaned 19 year-old Brighton call girl Blue (Leila Mimmack ­ Becoming Human) is sent by her violent pimp Freddie (David Sibley ­ Downton Abbey) and his blowsy partner Cynthia (Julie Graham ­ Tower Block) to meet a new punter in Brighton, unaware of the horrifying impact it will have on her

As Blue begins to fall for the quirky charms of her client Bill Hepworth (Joseph Beattie ­ Hex), she’s even more intrigued by the grand Regency terraced house that he is renovating; a once infamous Victorian brothel.

Together they uncover a secret room that unlocks many dark and terrifying secrets relating to Blue’s murky family past and the death of her mother. A terrible supernatural force is about to be unleashed and nobody will escape its monstrous power unless a score for a heinous felony is settled.

Awakening demons past and present, Blue is forced to confront her own in this psychological gothic nightmare that also stars Christopher Adamson (Pirates of the Caribbean), Chris Waller (Fright Night 2) and horror critic Billy Chainsaw.




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