“Sleep ‘til you Drink," a new American film, will be represented in all media throughout the world by The Film Source Company.
Written and directed by Jerry D. O’Donnell in an impressive debut - “Sleep ‘til
you Drink” (USA, 2006, 96 minutes) tells the story of a wannabe actor who is
sending out a distress signal: S.O.S. Same old #@$#@$!
Day in/day out, "Tim Shanahan" (played by O’Donnell, himself) drinks till he
sleeps and sleeps till he drinks. Every now and then he shows up at his dead-end
job: delivering Chinese food. It never fails. He’s forever delivering "Won Ton
Soup" to his old college friends who live in big houses, drive expensive cars
and seem to be living the "American dream.”
Alex Massis, The Film Source President, said upon signing the exclusive
sales-representation agreement: "‘Sleep 'til you Drink’ is a serio-comic film.
It is a contemporary comedy that will speak to most of the world’s audiences.
The character of Tim Shanahan is a modern day 'Everyman,’ a young guy who is
trying to decide which road to take in his life. Along the way, he drinks,
stumbles, falls and, finally, sees the light of day.”
"Sleep ‘til you Drink" is one of a current list of new (2005-6) movies from The
Film Source, a Florida-based marketing and sales agency.
Three more films (from the USA, Canada and the UK) will be announced before the
end of this month.