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Sound Of My Voice (2011) Explained In Hindi
Sound of My Voice is a 2011 American psychological thriller film directed by Zal Batmanglij in his feature directorial debut and starring Christopher Denham, Nicole Vicius and Brit Marling. The plot focuses on two documentary filmmakers who attempt to expose a cult led by a charismatic leader (Marling) who claims to be from the future. The film was written by Batmanglij and Marling. It premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. It was also selected to close the 2011 SXSW Film Festival. The film was released by Fox Searchlight Pictures on April 27, 2012.
Two documentary filmmakers attempt to penetrate a cult who worships a woman who claims to be from the future.
Christopher Denham as Peter Aitken
Jack Griffo as Young Peter
Nicole Vicius as Lorna Michaelson
Brit Marling as Maggie
Davenia McFadden as Carol Briggs
Kandice Stroh as Joanne
Richard Wharton as Klaus
Christy Myers as Mel
Alvin Lam as Lam
Constance Wu as Christine
Matthew Carey as Lyle
Jacob Price as PJ
David Haley as O’Shea
James Urbaniak as Mr. Pritchett
Avery Pohl as Abigail Pritchett
Kyle Hacker as Lucas
Sound of My Voice was named among the Top Indie Films at Festivals in 2011 on IndieWire’s criticWIRE.
On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes the film has a 75% approval rating from critics based on 104 reviews.
Manohla Dargis wrote in her review in The New York Times: “Nobody is gutted in Sound of My Voice, a smart, effectively unsettling movie about the need to believe and the hard, cruel arts of persuasion. But over time the men and women who meet in a mysterious house in an anonymous Los Angeles neighborhood – where they shed their clothes and cleanse their bodies in a ritual – are opened up bit by bit, wound by wound, until they’re sobbing and laughing, their insides smeared across the carpet.”
Brent Simon, a film critic, summed up Sound of My Voice as, “a delicate, mesmeric thing that dances darkly along the edges of psychology, religion and science-fiction, raising questions about faith, identity, self-betterment and romantic connection.”
In September 2012, the film won the Octopus d’Or for the best international feature film at the Strasbourg European Fantastic Film Festival.
In his round-up of 2012’s cinematic standouts, Variety film critic Peter Debruge admitted to having watched Sound of My Voice four times and called it an “ingenious low-budget puzzler.”
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