State Like Sleep
In that story, everything seems to have become a real mystery. The story began with a woman a year after the death of her husband (Michelle Howesman), where a small widow (Catherine Waterstone) receives a phone call that changed the course of her life. The widow began an unstable life that forced her to reconsider the past to find an explanation for that call that changed everything.
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April 24, 2018 This consistently surprising film slinks along with melancholic dreaminess, matching the fugue state that plagues its grief-stricken protagonist.Read in Source
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April 27, 2018 Led by Katherine Waterston and Michael Shannon's performances, writer-director Meredith Danluck takes a fascinating approach to grieving by way of State Like Sleep.Read in Source
April 30, 2018 Danluck has great style as a filmmaker that harkens back to the best noir thrillers of yesteryear; she just needs to write a script with the substance to match.Read in Source
Elements of Madness
December 31, 2018 [Writer/director Meredith] Danluck's tale is one of grief and recovery, so the best way to process State Like Sleep is with your eyes wide open.Read in Source
April 25, 2018 A narcotized neo-noir that unfolds with the diverting purposelessness of a forgettable dream, Meredith Danluck's State Like Sleep doesn't really go anywhere.Read in Source
May 09, 2018 Overall, State Like Sleep is a satisfying movie about grief and an unsatisfying mysteryRead in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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