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Sound of My Voice 2012 Subtitles

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A filmmaker (Christopher Denham) and his girlfriend (Nicole Vicius) set out to expose the beautiful leader of a cult (Brit Marling), who claims to be from the future. But the more they explore, the more danger they face in this thriller from writer-actress Marling and director Zal Batmanglij.

Starring:
Christopher Denham,Brit Marling
Runtime:
1 hour, 25 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Zal Batmanglij
Starring Christopher Denham, Brit Marling
Supporting actors Nicole Vicius
Studio Fox Searchlight
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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3.5 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Allen on 30 Sept. 2014
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Sound of My Voice is a low budget--but in my opinion--gripping American psychological thriller directed by Zal Batmanglij; it was released in 2012 and stars Christopher Denham, Nicole Vicius and Brit Marling.
Two documentary filmmakers (Denham and Vicius) attempt to expose with a charismatic leader (Marling) who claims to be from the future ... 2054 to be precise.

I found the film to be very well acted and impressive and brought back memories--not all of them pleasant--of my own experiences of cult membership in London in my twenties. I can testify from personal experience how powerful the influence of a dominant personality can be and how easily he of she can sway the belief system of their followers ... into accepting even major violations of common sense. I thought that Brit Marling was particularly convincing in this respect.

Recommended although not perhaps for those who dislike enigmatic and inconclusive endings.

Chris Allen is a Technical Author and writer with the following books available through Amazon:
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bill HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on 5 Jun. 2015
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Peter Aitken is a twenty-something school teacher, and budding amateur filmmaker, who wants to make a documentary about a creepy secret cult. He and his attractive, similarly aged model girlfriend, Lorna, are taken inside the cult's home, and are soon exposed to the quirky Masonic rituals of the sect. The cult is headed by a hauntingly beautiful and enigmatic, twenty-something blonde and tattooed lady, named Maggie. Maggie believes that she comes to her disciples from the future (a bit like the Terminator really), the year 2054 to be precise. Peter, quite understandably, firmly believes that Maggie is a skilful con artist and megalomaniac, and wants to expose her for the fraud she is, to try to help rescue the brainwashed souls who slavishly follow her edicts.
Maggie's teachings are a combination of cod-psychology and cod-philosophy, but she uses charisma, intensity, and perceptiveness, to dupe the gullible recruits coming into her world. As Peter and Lorna become more heavily involved in the cult, so the boundaries between their investigative efforts, and the persuasive effect of Maggie's beliefs, become dangerously blurred...
This is a watchable thriller, worth 3.5 stars, but it suffers a bit from a slightly lethargic pace. The acting is very good and the characters are both credible and interesting. The film keeps you guessing about what will happen and cleverly avoids revealing too much too soon. The scene with earthworms is a bit gross out, I'm glad I wasn't eating at the time...
Thank you for taking the time to read this review.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Lighthouse on 9 May 2015
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Sound Of My Voice will not change your life. Some have made the point about the ending not being clear enough. Well I found it very clear and simple. If a bit quick and sudden. Like the so called charismatic leader of this odd cult. If you believe what she has to say than the ending will be a little unsatisfying. If she is a charlatan than you can take it another way.

As with any low budget, no bells or whistles film. The acting has to be good enough and engrossing enough to keep you interested. In the most part it does. As does the production and the direction. It gives you questions and a few answers and I found the film passed very quickly. I wanted more, so it must have been enjoyable.

A film that would have passed you by unless you were caught up in the cult. Glad it didn't pass me by and for a while I was ready to believe. But not believe it all.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andy on 20 May 2015
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To describe this as a thriller is inaccurate. It's a slow film without a single thrilling bit to it. It's an interesting film to watch, but not scary, thrilling, exciting. It gives you some insight into cult life, but little at that and nothing more. Worst part was the ending, the story goes along with a sole purpose, that gets revealed about half way through. When the purpose reaches a climax at the end, they don't explain it - they leave it be so you don't actually know if there was meant to be any (fictional) truth behind any of it. It's hard to explain without revealing too much of the film, but don't go out of your way to buy this.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sam C on 22 Oct. 2013
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Brit Marling is a force to be reckoned with. There, I said it.

This is a strange story but it's intriguing and her ability to write perfect endings to movies, and leave you thinking long after you've watched it, is something I think she's going to be known for in the future.

The acting is great, and the tension between all the characters is well played out. You are equally dismissive of Marling's Maggie as you are curious. Throughout the film you'll be sure she's mentally ill, only to think she's completely sane just minutes later. The build up to the final scene is tense and it ends perfectly - highly recommended if you liked Another Earth, as well as other sci-fi films, in particular K-Pax.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ann Fairweather TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 April 2014
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Brit Marling's films are kind of 'niche cinema' for the initiated, a little like in this film, the initiated following mysterious guru 'Maggie'. I love what Marling does, one of my favourite film is her other one 'Another Earth', but felt a little frustrated by this one. It is a superb idea, well put through, well acted etc...but cut short at the end. I understand it was meant to be the first part of a trilogy about 'Maggie' and it badly feels like it needs further developments. That said, I totally recommend, as all the other ones of hers, East and Another Earth.
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