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ibonjos 7 years ago
Mucho más interesante de lo que esperaba. Buen cine australiano.
Charlie Gleason over 7 years ago
Incredible audio, backing up a fascinating film.
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Neil Cooke over 8 years ago
Noise is an acclaimed 2007 Australian film written and directed by director Matthew Saville and produced by Trevor Blainey. The film stars Brendan Cowell, Henry Nixon, Luke Elliot, Katie Wall, Maia Thomas and Nicholas Bell. The film's music is by Bryony Marks, and the distinctive sound design is by Emma Bortignon. The film is set up amongst the landscape of two potentially related murders: that of an engaged woman in Sunshine, and that of seven passengers on a train in Melbourne's inner west. From there, the film deals primarily with the experiences of Lavinia Smart (Maia Thomas), a young woman who boarded the train shortly after the murders, and police Constable Graham McGahan (Brendan Cowell), who is afflicted with increasingly severe tinnitus. Constable McGahan mans the night shift of a police information van in the inner-western Melbourne suburb of Sunshine, where he encounters the traumatized members of the local community. Furthermore, the film explores the fear Lavinia is in...
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