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Sleepwalk With MeSleepwalk With Me
Sleepwalk With Me doesn't force its audiences to work, to devise, to really dig all that deep to understand comedy. The film wants its audience to laugh – that is clear because jokes are delivered, in pretty clear stand-up form, right from the beginning. Matt Pandamiglio is the comic's pseudonym – he's moving in with his long-term go-getter girlfriend Abbey (Lauren Ambrose), despite a heap of uncertainty about their relationship. His state as an aspiring stand-up is rickety at best, and his parents (James Rebhorn and Carol Kane) hardly approve of his psyche; and to top it off he sleepwalks. We learn early on in the film that Pandamiglio suffers from a rare REM disorder wherein individuals act out the dreams they are having, often quite dangerously. Pandamiglio finds the honesty in the sharing of intimate stories to be an unexpected goldmine for humour. As his relationship grows jagged, his profession starts to kick off treating him to an eclectic array of experiences on the road. Sleepwalk maintains a humorous, sentimental, perfectly honest and open charm that makes one recognise just how valuable this kind of storytelling can be. It gives us a piece of film so candid, unpretentious and human that you will smile after watching it.

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