The Soviet Sleep Experiment

Synopsis: In the chilling depths of a secret Soviet laboratory during the late 1940s, a group of political prisoners are involuntarily enlisted in a harrowing psychological experiment. Tasked with remaining awake for thirty consecutive days under the influence of an experimental gas, the subjects begin their ordeal with a false sense of confidence. As the days progress, their mental fortitude crumbles, unveiling the dark corners of the human psyche. The scientists behind the glass observe with clinical detachment as paranoia, hallucinations, and madness take hold, pushing each subject to the brink of humanity. As the experiment spirals out of control, a horrifying discovery awaits, revealing the terrifying consequences of tampering with the human mind. “Soviet Sleep Experiment” is a gripping tale of psychological horror that explores the fragility of sanity under extreme conditions, leaving audiences questioning the very nature of humanity itself. Will the subjects survive the ordeal, or will they succumb to the darkness within? Join us on a nerve-wracking journey into the abyss of human endurance and madness.

Director: Barry Andersson
Starring: Eva De Dominici, Rafal Zawierucha, Chris Kattan, Michael Villar, Charles Hubbell, and Paul Cram

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