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    The Science of Sleep

    Soon after the death of his father, a distraught young man whose dreams constantly invade his waking life begins a job as a graphic designer. He then is love-struck with his creative-thinking neighbor, a beautiful French woman, and feels he can show her his world.
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  • Actors of "The Science of Sleep"

  • Characters of "The Science of Sleep"

    Guy. Character of The Science of Sleep
    Played by: Alain Chabat
    Christine Miroux. Character of The Science of Sleep
    Played by: Miou-Miou
    Monsieur Pouchet. Character of The Science of Sleep
    Played by: Pierre Vaneck
    Martine. Character of The Science of Sleep
    Serge. Character of The Science of Sleep
    Played by: Sacha Bourdo
    Sylvain. Character of The Science of Sleep
  • Directors of "The Science of Sleep"

    Michel Gondry. Director of The Science of Sleep
    Michel Gondry
    Birthdate: 8 May 1963, Versailles, Seine-et-Oise [now Yvelines], France
  • Creators of "The Science of Sleep"

    Michel Gondry. Director of The Science of Sleep
    Michel Gondry
    Birthdate: 8 May 1963, Versailles, Seine-et-Oise [now Yvelines], France
  • Critic Reviews of "The Science of Sleep"

    Time Out
    February 14, 2007

    In the moment, Gondry and Bernal almost manage to give quirky a good name.

    Orlando Sentinel
    September 29, 2006

    The movie plays like an exhausted hallucination, disjointed and frustrating, much of it owing to the lack of chemistry Gondry allows between his stars.

    Houston Chronicle
    September 29, 2006

    In the end, after your time with it, you'll recall it with a smile, remembering its childish wonderment and mischievous sense of humor.

    Detroit News
    September 29, 2006

    It's all very cosmopolitan (the dialogue is English, French and Spanish), very independent, a wee bit juvenile and very confusing, of course. But The Science of Sleep is also remarkably magical and desperately romantic beneath it all.

    Detroit Free Press
    September 29, 2006

    The whimsy Gondry whips up soon goes wispy as we wait in vain for all this sweet-natured silliness to reveal a meaning that isn't transparently obvious.

    Denver Rocky Mountain News
    September 29, 2006

    Gondry's creative breeze of a movie is fun while it lasts, and that's more than you can say about a whole lot of movies.

    Empire Magazine Australasia
    November 16, 2012

    More amazing work from Gondry. If you're interested in a basic narrative, look away; if you prize inventive filmmaking, don't miss it.
    November 03, 2012

    The Science Of Sleep is truly a delight at times, a startlingly original piece of work that's not as accessible as Eternal Sunshine but is every bit as magnificent when in full flow.
    April 01, 2011

    It's kind of weird and very French, but don't let that scare you. The Science of Sleep is well worth your time.

    August 28, 2009

    A nightmare
    February 28, 2008

    It's not that The Science of Sleep is a terrible film. It's not. It's just that it doesn't operate properly and there's nothing worse than seeing a film in which obvious design and potential is ultimately unfulfilled.

    February 01, 2008

    Something like a Luis Bunuel film, but with politics replaced by fashion. It is, essentially, a hipster wet dream.

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