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Sleep Dealer 2008

description written by member Zara:

In a futuristic yet not unfamiliar world, the lives of three strangers connect in surprising ways amid a backdrop of militarization, closed borders and an all-encompassing global technological network. At the center of this potent sci-fi tale (nominated for a Best First Feature Independent Spirit Award) are Memo (Luis Fernando Peña), a peasant displaced after his village is attacked; Luz, a writer (Leonor Varela) who plugs her brain into the net; and Rudy (Jacob Vargas), an American security company worker.

MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:90 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsAlex Rivera
Written By:
No image existsAlex Rivera
No image existsDavid Riker
No image existsLeonor Varela
Jacob VargasJacob Vargas
No image existsGiovanna Zacarías
No image existsJake Koenig
No image existsUrsula Tania
No image existsLuis Fernando Peña
No image existsMarius Biegai
No image existsEmilio Guerrero

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Sleep Dealer Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/2/2009)

Under a currently established World Bank system, credit or loans will not be issued to Third World countries and others unless they agree to allow foreign investors access to privatize their water supply. It required mass demonstrations in Bolivia to force out a subsidiary of Bechtel that had privatized the water supply,...

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