Sweet Dreams (1996 film)

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Sweet Dreams
Genre Drama
Written by Bruce Miller
Directed by Jack Bender
Starring Tiffani Amber Thiessen
Amy Yasbeck
A Martinez
Theme music composer Dan Wool
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Producer(s) Suzy Beugen
Cinematography David Geddes
Editor(s) Mark Melnick
Running time 96 minutes
Production company(s) Bonnie Raskin Productions
NBC Studios
Vox Uburis Productions
Distributor NBC
Original network NBC
Original release
  • September 16, 1996 (1996-09-16)

Sweet Dreams is a 1996 TV movie directed by Jack Bender, written by Bruce Miller, and starring Tiffani Amber Thiessen as a woman who has no memory of her past after waking up from a coma. The film also stars Amy Yasbeck, A Martinez and David Newsom.


After waking up from a coma, Allison Sullivan finds she has no memory of anything. As she begins to try to put the pieces together she learns someone is out to get her due to an affair she had with a Dr. Jack Renault whose wife Laura just had a baby named Sara. Allison begins speaking with other people and learns all is not as it seems. She tries to put everything together and learns something strange about a person she is supposed to trust.



John Martin of The Daily Dispatch called it "not completely stupid".[1]


  1. ^ Martin, John (1997-08-20). "Thriller". The Daily Dispatch. p. 8C. 

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