Trailer for a documentary about sleep paralysis and its cultural transformations, including The Old Hag in Newfoundland, kanishibari in Japan, Zanzibar's Popobawa, and Sudden Unexpected Nocturnal Death Syndrome (SUNDS) among Hmong refugees in California. The one-hour film was written and directed by The Gray Brothers (Toronto) and first aired on Canadian TV in March 2008. Only a fraction of the interview footage shot in Zanzibar was shown, and one woman's theatrical demonstration of the experience of anal rape by Popobawa was omitted because of concerns over possible censorship. Instead you get me mopping my brow, as though traumatised by her dramatic reconstruction... I'm now transcribing interviews for a directors' cut that will use more of the missing material, Inshallah.