Sleepwalkers | 1997
The last hope for people who are plagued by their dreams is The Morpheus Institute. Founded by neurophysiologist Nathan Bradford, the institute allows members its of elite staff to enter other people's dream worlds -- and help combat their demons. The staff includes: head dream interpreter/psychologist, Kate Russell; Ben Costigan, a recent patient and former fighter pilot who's not afraid of risk; and offering technical support is Vincent Konefke, an emotional computer expert who never enters dreams, but often helps in pulling the "sleepwalkers" back out of them. Bradford's efforts in this area are rooted in his desire to communicate with his comatose wife, Gail, whom he can only reach in their shared dreams.