SUNDANCE REVIEW: Brit Marling Shines in Engrossing Low-Budget Film 'Sound of My Voice'
Director Zal Batmanglij's deliberately sketchy and impressionistic thriller leaves the ending open for the audience to interpret themselves.
PARK CITY — (Next) The cinema world may one day give much thanks to the anthropology department of Georgetown University. While studying there, Zal Batmanglij met Brit Marling and Mike Cahill and together they began making short films. Cahill and Marling are responsible for the first major discovery of Sundance 2011, the astonishing sci-fi piece Another Earth. Now Batmanglij and Marling deliver another terrific and engrossing venture into speculative fiction, Sound of My Voice.
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