Sleeping Dogs is set in a contemporary Hong Kong, which is divided into four districts named after the city's regions. Where Sleeping Dogs Lie is a 1991 American neo-noir thriller film directed by Charles Finch and starring Dylan McDermott. The main location of the film was C, E. Toberman Estate in Hollywood, a large 22-room Mediterranean-style house built on top of Camino Palmero in 1928 by C.
A struggling writer (Dylan McDermott), who works as a real estate agent, moves into an old mansion for which he has been hired to sell. Tom Sizemore, Sharon Stone, Mary Woronov, David Combs, Shawne Rowe, Jillian McWhirter, Brett Cullen. This variation of BARTON FINK's horror genre isn't much of a movie, but it's brave, in two ways: WHERE SLEEPING DOGS LIE is both a bloodless serial killer drama and a Sharon Stone vehicle without any nudity.