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Sleepless

Year:
Duration:
117 min
Genres:
Mystery | Thriller
IMDB rate:
6.3
Director:
Dario Argento
Awards:
2 nominations
Details
Country: Italy
Release Date: 2001-01-05
Filming Locations: Turin, Piedmont, Italy
Cast
Actor
Character
Max von Sydow
Moretti
Gabriele Lavia
Mr. Betti
Rossella Falk
Laura de Fabritiis
Paolo Maria Scalondro
Manni
Roberto Zibetti
Lorenzo
Roberto Accornero
Fausto
Barbara Lerici
Angela
Guido Morbello
Detective
Massimo Sarchielli
Leone
Diego Casale
Beppe
Alessandra Comerio
Mrs. Betti
Elena Marchesini
Mel - Kitten
Aldo Massasso
Cascio
Barbara Mautino
Dora - The Little Rabbit
Conchita Puglisi
Amanda
Brian Ayres
District Attorney
Daniele Angius
Young Giacomo
Robert Camerio
Marco
Luca Fagioli
Vincenzo de Fabritiis
Daniela Fazzolari
Maria Luisa
Aldo Delaude
Train Conductor
John Pedeferri
Police Officer
Francesco Benedetto
Porter
Renato Liprandi
Stationmaster
Elisabetta Rocchetti
MacDonald's Girl
Antonio Sarasso
Coroners
Piero Marcelli
Coroners
Rossella Lucà
Mara
Giuseppe Minutillo
Dwarf
Giancarlo Colia
Adolfo Farina
Francesca Vettori
Giancomo's Mother
Claudio Coreno
Boy at the disco
Giorgio Cugno
Boy at Station
Luca Morino
Singer in the pub
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Trivia
'Max von Sydow' insisted that the parrot in the film would be called Marcello. Named after Marcello Mastroianni whom he has got to know after making several films in Italy in the past.
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"The Animal Farm", the poem that helps Commissioner Moretti and Giacomo to solve the crimes, was written by Asia Argento, daughter of director Dario Argento.
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Translated into English, the films Italian title means "I Cannot Sleep."
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Goofs
The strap on the pink top that Gloria wears towards the end of the film frequently slides down her shoulder only to have reappeared in its original place in the next shot.
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One of the victims (night club dancer) scratched killer's neck but in further scenes there are no marks on his neck.
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Faq
Q
What are the differences between the R-Rated and Unrated Version? Is it also true that there's an exclusive Italian Version?
A
In order to achieve a R-Rated in the States the movie had to be cuts in 10 scenes resulting in a total difference of approx. 50 seconds. A detailed comparison between both versions can be found here.The Unrated Version is indeed the uncensored International Version. The latter differs from the original Italian Version, because for the International Version all written texts, e.g. books, letters, credits etc., have been changed from Italian to English by using alternate shots. Again one can find a detailed comparison between both versions with pictures over here.
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Photos from cast
Chiara Caselli Stefano Dionisi
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