The Myth of the American Sleepover

Synopsis: Four young people navigate the suburban wonderland of metro-Detroit looking for love and adventure on the last weekend of summer.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Production: IFC Films
  2 wins & 6 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
96 min

I'm going to go up in the city.

Want something?



I thought going in pairs.



What's happening?

You gun?

Since you weapon?




Is he dead?

- Jack.

- Go home and cheam police.


- Yes.

- I'm Jack.

I'm here.

- Why here?

- At Rome.

It's a bar near the station.

Cafe di Ghetto. Wait me there.

- Jack.

- Paul.

Been a while.

Who was that girl?

- A friend.

- A friend?

There were Swedes.

Do not worry.

Let them pass a little time.

She has done a setup thi.

She did not have any

connection with it.


You can not stay here.

Thi-I arranged to leave the city

until the situation is resolved.

Go right and make second left.

You have a blue fiat numbers

of fishermen.

The next one hour than he on the map.

Vechio Del.

Relax and waiting to call you.

Do not talk to anyone.

And above all,

Thi is not a friend, Jack.

Before and cut it.



- Where are you going?

- I?

You're American.

- Yes, "You American."

- Not "is American ',

but' l'americano."


- Can I help you?

- Cooler e...

- Are you American?

- Yes.

- Words are you Italian?

- A little.

- Do you work or you're on vacation?

- In a working vacation.

Do you work?

What kind of job do you have?

I am a photographer.

- Take pictures

- Yes.

- What kind of photos are you?

- Landscape architectural


- And the people?

- People do not.

Only pose for magazines.

Magazines? What magazines?

- More.

- Okay.

You must drink a glass

of wine with me.

- Come tonight.

- Do not.

Want to know everything

about Abruzzo?

The priest knows everything.

- Yes.

- I'm Jack.

Do not answer their mobile

phone which I gave thi.

You know I do not understand

the mechanisms.

I do not wish no easy

situation, Jack.

We have to work for you.

Usual fee.

They will not have to water

and pulled the trigger.

I'll think about it.

Quality is good cognac.


It's the only good thing that

comes from the French.

- Did you study our history?

- No.

Living in Italy to take photos and

do not care about its history Thi?

- I take pictures.

- Of course.

You're American.

By photographing landscapes

get in touch with this.

Try, Father.


- I would like a wheel of cheese...

- A Caciottina sheep?

Immediately. O you want on it?

- Here.

- Thank you.

Poftii rest.

- Thanks.

- And I thank you.

- Thanks.

- You're welcome.

- Your coffee.

- Thank you.

- What you want, sir?

- Bring me and me a coffee.

In a minute.

- I am Edward.

- I figured it out.

- The distance?

- Between 115 and 140 meters.

- Duration?

- 5 seconds.

It's a sentimental loss.

- Target?

- One.

- Distance from the drag?

- Relatively short.

- Capacity charger?

- Nine. May and a 556.

To be hidden and compact.

How compact?

How putin compact.

An automatic weapon to enter

the postal eta a woman.

A small valijoar would

have noticed.

In this case it might

be possible.

- Noise?

- With damper.

Can I just get a silencer.

Force will reduce noise.

We have only one fire

at the mouth pipe.

You can be silent as long as you're

willing to lose the remote.


Blue jacket and sunglasses.

Is with you?

I have not seen.

In any case I'm alone.

- Your Coffee, American.

- Thank you.

I can accept a little noise.

Want an automatic rifle and a sniper

that kid in the same shot.

One can do?

- Clark. A package.

- Clark. Of course.

I'm Clara.

Thanks. I'll see you tonight.

Is someone very dear to me.

My dearest son.

In particular he sees

things our way.

Fabio, mechanically.

They called him "Doctor."

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David Robert Mitchell

David Robert Mitchell (born c. 1974) is an American film director and writer. He started getting recognition after directing his second feature, the horror film, It Follows (2014). more…

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