Synopsis: A horror-thriller centered on a woman (Wilson) suffering from a medical condition that causes her to sleep her life away, waking briefly on rare occasions.
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): William Malone
Production: E1 Entertainment
103 min

she is asleep most of the time.

It's the result

of an automobile accident...

before she was born.

And she doesn't wake up?

Oh, no, she wakes occasionally

for a few minutes...

we never really know when

or for how long.

It's an interesting phenomena...

it's rare.

She's really only lived

a small portion of her life.

- Will you excuse us?

- Yeah.

- Thank you.

- Yeah.

And that is, like, '66 or '67, is it?

Oh, my God, that's Alan Price...

that's Alan "House of the

Fucking Rising Sun" Price!

My god, I don't even think

they released this, you know?

I mean, they made this after...

after he left The Animals.

Yeah, I wonder what

that story was?

Why leave a hit group, with huge chart

hits right when you're on top?

Well, from what I heard,

he was just afraid to fly, you know?

He was just not gonna get on a plane.

So that... that was it.

It's kinda hard to have a music career

if you don't fly, right?

Well, that is life, you don't take the

big risks, you don't get the goodies.

I gotta get out of here, but,

I talked to The Bossmen's drummer...

and he's gonna send me

those copies.

And if you don't pull any more

shit on me, you might get one.

- Bye!

- See you.

- Yes?

- Hi. Mrs. Mulliner?

I'm Mrs. Sloan, your

"Molly Kay Cosmetics" representative.

Hi. My name is Danny.

What's yours?




I'll bet you're glad to be

out of there.

I don't know, I was starting to like

that place. It suits me, I think.

- Really?

- The psych' ward was really sweet.

There's a lot of really intense

character studies in there.

I'd like to go and paint some

of the really fucked up ones...

you know what I mean? Speaking of which,

did you see their genuine serial killer?

Yeah... the, guy in the,

padded cell?

- Yeah, creepy, huh?

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