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Virginia Review: Silence is Golden

Virginia’s strength lies in its silence. No character utters a single word throughout its course, the story instead relying on visual cues and cinematic editing to cut together a bizarre, fractured narrative calling back to the days of Twin Peaks and The X-Files. A few technical hiccups mar the experience, but overall it’s an intriguing take on the first-person, narrative-driven genre.
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