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Teaser of Radhika Apte’s directorial debut The Sleepwalkers out 

The 30-minute short film revolves around a married couple played by Sahana Goswami and Gulshan Devaiah

Published: 06th June 2020

Radhika Apte has shared the teaser of her directorial debut, The Sleepwalkers. The 30-minute short film revolves around a married couple, played by Gulshan Devaiah and Sahana Goswami. The film has been selected for the Palm Springs International ShortFest 2020.

In the teaser, Gulshan’s character confronts his wife on her habit of sleepwalking. Even as she sounds surprised, there are shots of her walking towards a beach at night, led by a young girl. The final shot is of the husband asphyxiating his wife and saying, “I’m sorry.”

Sharing the teaser, Radhika wrote on Instagram, “I wrote and directed a small short film. So excited to share that our short film, The Sleepwalkers, is an official selection at the highly prestigious, Palm Springs International ShortFest 2020! We’re in competition for Best Midnight Short! Our film won’t be available to stream publicly but we have a small trailer! Thank you to all of you for making this happen!!”

Sleepwalkers is co-produced by MacGuffin Pictures and Colosceum Media. The makers had stated that the film touches upon the issues of environmental conservation.



Here is our teaser trailer!! #thesleepwalkers @psfilmfest

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