GenreDrama ScreenplayBrady Corbet, Mona Lerche CountryNorway
Release dateJanuary 20, 2014 (2014-01-20) (Sundance Film Festival) WriterBrady Corbet, Mona Fastvold CastGitte Witt (Kaia), Christopher Abbott (Andrew), Brady Corbet (Ira), Stephanie Ellis (Christine) Similar moviesThe House of the Spirits, Barcelona Summer Night, Barcelona, nit d'hivern, The Lord of Catan, William & Catherine: A Royal Romance, Green
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The Sleepwalker is a 2014 Norwegian-American drama film written and directed by Mona Fastvold. The film stars Gitte Witt, Christopher Abbott, Stephanie Ellis and Brady Corbet.
The film premiered in-competition in the US Dramatic Category at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014.
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A young couple, Kaia and Andrew, are renovating Kaia's secluded family estate. Their lives are violently disrupted upon the unexpected arrival of Kaia's sister, Christine, and her fiancé, Ira.
Gitte Witt as Kaia
Christopher Abbott as Andrew
Stephanie Ellis as Christine
Brady Corbet as Ira
The Sleepwalker received mixed to positive reviews upon its premiere at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. Rodrigo Perez of Indiewire praised the film and said that "A darkly mysterious and extremely accomplished first feature, The Sleepwalker suggests the things we lost in the fire might be much deeper than material possessions." Thomas Willett of Cinemabeach gave the film a positive review and said that "As a debut, Fastvold makes a promising, complex film that shows confidence. With great performances by an intimate cast, she manages to capture the nuances of disagreement without falling into soapy territory."
However, Dennis Harvey, in his review for Variety, gave the film a negative review by saying that "Mona Fastvold's consistently intriguing debut may leave audiences feeling it's all buildup and scant payoff." Justin Lowe in his review for The Hollywood Reporter called the film "A tentative feint toward genre territory can’t conceal the slightness of this heightened drama."