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I usually run a mile when I find out a certain film is a TV Movie. Lets
it, most of them have bad acting, light plots and production values that
rival community broadcasting. And while 'Sleep, Baby, Sleep' does have
'qualities' I found myself really enjoying it.
Sylvie Pierson begins running a bath for her baby, made harder by the fact the hot water is not running. She leaves her apartment for a few minutes to nag the apartments handyman to fix it sooner. When she returns to her apartment her baby is gone.
Sylvie insists somebody took her baby, but the Police doubt her, making her one of the suspects. Sylvie has Attention Deficit Disorder which causes her to forget things and to become confused and the police think it might be to blame. Sylvie tries to prove she is innocent, will she find her baby or will she find the horror really lies with herself? You'll have to watch to find out!
Deeply average thriller. Tracey Gold churns out her 18th TV-movie role in 19 years as a mother who is stunned to find herself the chief suspect in a police investigation into her own baby's disappearance. Her family suggest that her Attention Deficit Disorder may be to blame. The archetypal friendly detective helps her to prove it. Mulholland Falls bit-parter Kyle Chandler and Melrose Place regular Thomas Calabro co-star.
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