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Sensory Horror Tests a Troubled Relationship in ‘The Undone’

Sensory Horror Tests a Troubled Relationship in 'The Undone'

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The Undone

Logline: A young deaf woman named Sarah is trying to save her marriage with Stanley, a writer, while she deals with terrors of sleep paralysis.

Elevator Pitch: 
“The Undone” is a psychological horror about a young couple named Sarah and Stanley who take to a cabin so that Stanley can work on his second book. Sarah tags along with him, trying to save the marriage. When they get there, a series of strange events begin to unfold as she deals with her sleep paralysis.

Production Team:
Directed and Writer – Christopher Anthony Luciano
Cinematographer, Editor and Co-Writer – Oscar Robles
Sound Editor – Marcus Cervantes

Cast:
Lead Actress- Alana Berthaiume  
Supporting Actress- Cailey Sanders

About the Film:
We’re creative storytellers that want to raise awareness about the deaf community and sleep paralysis. Getting a film funded where the female lead communicates in American Sign Language is a challenge. We’re trying to compete with other films on a large scale that have a certain level of quality that audiences expect. We’ve believed in this project since day one, there’s been uphill battles that have been overcome, people can see that and that’s why we have the support that we do. But to finish it, we need the recognition of a large platform like Indiewire.

Current Status: We launched a Kickstarter Friday, April 17th, and have already received over a quarter of the funds we need.

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