The Sleep of Reason is a modern horror story about the thin line between reality and imagination.
When four musicians move into an old, abandoned house in order to find solitude to rehearse, strange events begin
to occur. Each person sees or hears something unusual, ranging from a baby crying to a dinner party. As time goes
on the occurrences become more frequent and more real. Are they the result of overactive imaginations, or is the
house really home to former residents who are gone, but not departed?
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