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Sleepover La (2014)

Not Rated | | Short, Drama, Music | 9 March 2014 (USA)
An innocent tourist travels to LA and unexpectedly conjures her sister's last night alive. Bold score, stylized dance and an eccentric cast, shot at The Standard Hotel, weave a dark and luminous film that revamps traditional narrative.


Lily Baldwin


Lily Baldwin (co-writer), Andrea Claire Maio (co-writer)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicole Disson ... Jessica
Lily Baldwin ... Taylor
Ebe Sievwright Ebe Sievwright ... The Consort
Vivian Bang ... Tokyo Fashionista
Emilia Raquel Emilia Raquel ... Ash McGuffin
D'Arcy F-M D'Arcy F-M ... Lala
Flannery Lunsford Flannery Lunsford ... Local Dude
Thomas Adisi Thomas Adisi ... Twin #1 (as Thomas H. Adisi)
Ben Hethcoat Ben Hethcoat ... Twin #2
Peter van Norden Peter van Norden ... Tourist
Mecca Vazie-Andrews Mecca Vazie-Andrews ... Siren
Jasmine Albuquerque Jasmine Albuquerque ... Siren
Austin Westbay Austin Westbay ... Siren
Reshma Gajjar ... Spicy Princess
Alexa Weir Alexa Weir ... Ode to Diane Arbus #1


A bold score, stylized dance and an eccentric cast weave a dark and luminous film that revamps traditional narrative telling the story of an innocent tourist that travels to LA and unexpectedly conjures her sister's last night alive. Sleepover LA poses the questions: How much can change in one night? What happens when you stay in a place where you don't know anyone, least of all yourself? Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama | Music | Mystery


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Not great in a traditional sense, but has good energy, content and creativity
14 February 2015 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

I am grateful for IMDb listing a plot summary because I am not sure without those words that I would have had any idea what is going on in this short film. That said, I also slightly wish that I had not read the plot summary, because in a way I would have preferred just to take away from this whatever I wanted. So the two women who the plot describes as sisters, seem to exist in the same places, and although they appear often to be there at the same time, there is the suggestion that the more straight-laced one is following the steps of the other.

In terms of traditional narrative, I do not think anyone can argue that the film is all over the place, and really makes very little in the way of sense; I have read many comments on this film where people are shouted down for saying such things, but personally I think it is possible to feel this and yet still enjoy it for it does outside of this. Within the very loose "plot" we have a film that looks and moves beautifully; it has a very Lynchian Los Angeles, filled with odd characters which begin on the streets and ends on the high art society parties of excess and creativity. I took these changes to be a map of the corruption and fall of the original character, but I guess it could be taken many ways. The delivery of this journey is through odd pop- art aesthetics and also modern dance; I will not say I an a fan of either, but at the same it is hard not to say that they worked for what they did.

Sleepover LA is not a film I would recommend to anyone, because it is not traditionally "good" in the way that it would easily win over casual viewers. However, that said, it is an experience and there is a lot of creativity and comment in there – albeit all of it open to reading in many ways.

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