Cazzette: Sleepless by Peter Huang

A guy brings a date back to his place to hook up. Then, the night takes a sinister turn.

Filmmaker Peter Huang tells the story of Aaron and Veronica, a couple who stumbles home after a night out.

He open the door and they enter his posh apartment. As they kiss passionately, Veronica asks what Aaron is thinking — he replies he needs to pee. She laughs. He tells her to pour some wine and turn on the music.

As Aaron releaves himself, Veronica asks if he’s so comfortable with all the girls he brings back. He plays coy and says he doesn’t know what she means. Veronica dances over to the kitchen and grabs a bottle of wine and two glasses.

Aaron comes back and they continue flirting. He asks who sings the song, and she tells him “Cazzette.”

They begin to get heated and Veronica seductively walks off to the bedroom. But Aaron doesn’t follow. He notices a door slightly open. He goes to close it and turns down the music. He senses something wrong and inspects the apartment.

Then, he sees another woman in the kitchen — it’s Marla.

Aaron tells Marla that she’s gone too far — she can’t come in his apartment like this. Marla tells him she can’t sleep without him. He walks closer and tells her that he’ll get her a cab to send her home.

Suddenly, he pauses and slowly looks down. She’s stabbed him with one of his kitchen knives. Marla stands there as Veronica comes out in lingerie — shocked by the sight.

Marla tells Veronica it was an accident — she wants to talk about it. Before Veronica can react, Marla lunges at her, stepping on the remote and turning up the volume to the music.




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