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REVIEW: Sound of My Voice Asks You to Drink the Brit Marling Kool-Aid. Will You?

It’s hard to say whether Sound of My Voice is a wholly bogus and pretentious indie enterprise or a weirdly compelling bit of low-budget storytelling. Probably it’s a little of both – this is the kind of picture that may often make you snort audibly, even as you’re wondering how the heck it’s going to [...]
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