Sleeper

  • 1973
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Comedy, Science Fiction

Like most of Allen's movies, this one is better than the box-office receipts would indicate; it still looks good many years after it was shot. Allen never lets his actors see a full script while they are shooting, so no one, except Allen, knows what's happening in the film. Consequently, many of the performers were confused by their roles. A Greenwich...read more

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Sleeper - Official Trailer
02:15 — A nerdish store owner is revived out of cryostasis into a future world to fight an oppressive government.
(Movie Clip) Pope's Wife Gives Birth
Luna (Diane Keaton), still secretly plotting to turn-in 20th century fugitive Miles (writer-director Woody Allen) to the 22nd century authorities for (more…)
Sleeper trailer
After awaking from cryogenic suspension, a 1970's man gets mixed up with a future revolution in Sleeper, starring director Woody Allen, interviewed he (more…)
(Movie Clip) Frozen In 1973
Early scene, doctors (Bartlett Robinson, Don Keefer, Mary Gregory) unwrapping newly discovered 20th century man Miles Monroe (writer-director Woody Al (more…)
(Movie Clip) Could I Have A Hit?
Disguised as a robot and now in the service of 22nd century socialite Luna (Diane Keaton), 20th century fugitive Miles (writer-director Woody Allen) h (more…)
(Movie Clip) Certain Artifacts
Unfrozen Miles (writer-director Woody Allen) being interrogated about 20th century curiosities by Dr. Tryon (Don Keefer), including Richard Nixon, at (more…)
Sleeper
10:00 — Rosko's world has become a disjointed collection of random moments. He finds himself snapping in and out of consciousness at the wheel of his courier (more…)
Trailer
01:38 — In the 1990s, the CIA developed a small group of spies, referred to as Sleepers, gifted with the ability to connect with other people in their dreams. (more…)

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  • Released: 1973
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Like most of Allen's movies, this one is better than the box-office receipts would indicate; it still looks good many years after it was shot. Allen never lets his actors see a full script while they are shooting, so no one, except Allen, knows what's happ… (more)

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