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James Savoca proves that he has a bright future ahead of him with his debut feature film, Sleepwalk. Great cinematography, script writing and direction, coupled with wonderful acting; drive this film that you truly never want to end. The actors seem wonderfully comfortable, while never really fitting into their own skin. While the last statement may seem contradictory, if you see or have seen this film you will understand what it is that I am referring to. I have actually spoken to Mr. Savoca and I must say that he is indeed a great guy, as well as an awesome director. It is a great thing to find a director who is down to earth and willing to speak to his fans. This fact makes me enjoy his movie that much more, and appreciate that he shares his vision with us. Highly recommended!
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