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Movie review: 'The Sound of My Voice'
Is the young, beautiful blonde woman truly a time traveler from a war-torn
This is the question at the heart of “Sound of My Voice,” one that you'll be asking yourself until the very end and even afterward.
Brit Marling follows up on the promise of last summer's “Another Earth,”
“Sound of My Voice,” which Marling wrote with first-time director and fellow Georgetown University alum Zal Batmanglij, is the stronger film of the two, though, with its gripping tension and relatable realism. “Another Earth” benefitted from an intriguingly fantastic premise, but you could easily imagine what goes down in “Sound of My Voice” — you could see how people allow themselves to get sucked into this sort of murky world.
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‘The Sound of My Voice'
Starring: Brit Marling, Christopher Denham, Nicole Vicius. (Language including sexual references and brief drug use)