Sleeping with Strangers

Sleeping with Strangers is a 1994 romantic comedy directed by William T. Bolson and written by Joan Carr-Wiggin. The film stars Adrienne Shelly, Alastair Duncan (credited as Neil Duncan), Kim Huffman, Shawn Thompson, and Scott McNeil.

Sleeping with Strangers
Directed byWilliam T. Bolson
Produced byJoan Carr-Wiggin
Written byJoan Carr-Wiggin
StarringAdrienne Shelly
Alastair Duncan
Kim Huffman
Shawn Thompson
Scott McNeil
Edited byRichard Benwick
Release date
  • 1994 (1994)
LanguageEnglish
Budget$2,500,000

PlotEdit

A popular actress (Shelly) and a rock star (McNeil) come to a small Canadian town with two competing hotels next door to each other. The rock star is escorted into one of the hotels and the actress checks into the other. Daniel (Duncan), the owner of one of the two hotels, is trying to stay afloat. The other hotel owner, Mark (Thompson), is trying to steal away Daniel's business and his fiancée (Huffman). The paparazzi arrives in town and makes everybody wonder, who is sleeping with whom?

CastEdit

ProductionEdit

Sleeping with Strangers was filmed around Victoria, British Columbia, Canada with a budget of $2.5 million.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Reid, Michael D. (2007-06-04). "'Waitress' evokes memories of slain writer-director's love affair with Victoria". Canada.com/Times Colonist. Retrieved March 23, 2009.

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