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Sleep, Baby, Sleep (1995)

Sylvie Pearson thinks her dreams have come true when she meets Peter Walker. He is kind and loving and Sylvia quickly moves in with him. Then she becomes pregnant. But Sylvie was born with ... See full summary »

Director:

Armand Mastroianni

Writers:

Jessica Auerbach (novel), John Gray (teleplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tracey Gold ... Sylvie Pierson
Kyle Chandler ... Peter Walker
Missy Crider ... Joanna Blessing
Joe Minjares Joe Minjares ... Detective Rivera
Karla Tamburrelli Karla Tamburrelli ... Tracy Corbett
Thomas Calabro ... Detective Martinson
Joanna Cassidy ... Hannah Pierson
Brian Brophy Brian Brophy ... Special Agent Donovan
Jeff Heston Jeff Heston ... Shawn Decker
Fredi Olster Fredi Olster ... April
Mike Randleman Mike Randleman ... Cadge
Tom De Carlo Tom De Carlo ... Security Officer
Aviva Heston Aviva Heston ... Woman at Bank
T.J. Castronovo T.J. Castronovo ... Mr. Corelli
Angelo Pagán ... Tucson Cop #1 (as Angelo Pagan)
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Sylvie Pearson thinks her dreams have come true when she meets Peter Walker. He is kind and loving and Sylvia quickly moves in with him. Then she becomes pregnant. But Sylvie was born with a rare mental disorder and her mother tries to persuade her not to have the baby. Rejecting medical advise, Sylvie gives birth to a daughter, Cally. With Peter away on business much of the time, Sylvie and Cally spend all their time together alone. Sylvie is inseparable from the baby she adores. Then one night, her dream life becomes a nightmare. She leaves her baby alone for a few moments and returns to find the cot empty. Within days, Peter disappears as well but, because of her mental condition, Sylvie has become the prime suspect in the investigation of Cally's disapearance. Alone and afraid, with the police watching her, she starts to look for her family. Eventually, she finds Cally. But what she discovers along with her baby is a web of deception and lies that will tear her life apart. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 March 1995 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Vítima Suspeita See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Production Co:

Citadel Entertainment See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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No Masterpiece, But I Enjoyed It
21 August 2002 | by David_NiemannSee all my reviews

I usually run a mile when I find out a certain film is a TV Movie. Lets face it, most of them have bad acting, light plots and production values that rival community broadcasting. And while 'Sleep, Baby, Sleep' does have these '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!

7/10


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