Directed by Cory Santilli
Written by Daniel Miska
Produced by Julie R. Snyder & Raz Cunningham
Executive produced by Stephen T. Skoly
Starring Kentucker Audley, Suzanne Clément, Stephanie Ellis & Acadia Colan
Saul At Night, a sci-fi drama and feature debut by Cory Santilli, written by Daniel Miska.
Starring Kentucker Audley (She Dies Tomorrow, American Woman, Her Smell), Suzanne Clément (Mommy, Laurence Anyways, I Killed My Mother) Stephanie Ellis (The Sleepwalker, Men in Black 3) and Acadia Colan (Ted Bundy Had a Son), Saul At Night follows Saul Capgras (Audley) as he is forced to become acclimated to isolation in a bizarre experiment. A legally imposed curfew and mandated sleeping schedule has been forced upon citizens, except Saul, the one person who rests during the day and spends his waking hours in the eerie and lonely night. Alienated from his family, Saul begins to invent ways to continue sharing his life with his wife and daughter, but things take a turn when he encounters a mysterious woman on one of his nightly wanderings.
Synopsis: As a result of a bizarre experiment, Saul Capgras is forced to become acclimated to a life of isolation at night, while the rest of the city is restricted to sleep and a mandated curfew. Saul is the only person left awake at night, and, while still living with his wife and daughter, he must discover inventive ways to experience their lives.
Saul at Night is a carefully drawn study of human nature and the nature of connections to both loved ones and strangers.
Saul At Night is a JawDoc Productions film produced by Julie R. Snyder and Raz Cunningham and executive produced by Stephen T. Skoly, with original music by Kubilay Uner (Bill & Ted Face the Music), Cinematography by Jack Caswell (Reasons For Being Sad) and editing by Bart Brevé (Doctor Strange).