Rated R · 84 minutes · 2012

Brit Marling has carved a little niche for herself, co-writing scripts that she can star in. She has chosen a cousin of science fiction for her first two films, 2011’s Another Earth (about Earth’s encounter with a twin planet) and Sound of My Voice. Neither has a lot of visual effects or anything physical that would identify it as sci-fi; the genre is constructed purely through the narrative. In Sound of My Voice, she plays Maggie, a cult leader whose followers believe she has traveled back in time from 2054. She sounds a grave warning for our collective future, but Peter (Christopher Denham) and his girlfriend, Lorna (Nicole Vicius), don’t buy any of it and set out to expose Maggie as a fraud through a documentary they’re filming. It’s a great idea, but the film lacks a lot of definition of some pretty integral points.

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Missing Answers

Despite fine performances and an intriguing sci-fi story, 'Sound of My Voice' needs more »

Official Site: www.soundofmyvoicemovie.com
Director: Zal Batmanglij
Producer: Hans Ritter, Brit Marling, Shelley Surpin, Eric Richter and Victoria Guenier
Cast: Christopher Denham, Nicole Vicius, Brit Marling, Avery Pohl, Davenia McFadden, Kandice Stroh, Richard Wharton, Alvin Lam, Christine Meyers, Constance Wu, Matthew Carey, David Haley and Jacob Price


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Portland Mercury The Hand-Jive Cult Sound of My Voice keeps you guessing. Which is kind of annoying. by Courtney Ferguson 05/10/2012
Indy Week A charismatic leader in Sound of My Voice Despite the shortcomings, Sound of My Voice represents another promising effort from Brit Marling, an actor who has turned to writing screenplays to produce better roles for women, and herself. by David Fellerath 05/23/2012
Creative Loafing Atlanta Cult of Personality Sound of My Voice explores the mystery of a suburban sect by Curt Holman 05/10/2012
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East Bay Express Sound of My Voice She who must be obeyed. by Kelly Vance 05/09/2012

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