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They Talk
Mi Parlano / They Talk to Me

Italy 2021
produced by
Massimo Di Rocco, Luigi Napoleone, Pier Francesco Aiello, Andrea Cannavale (executive), Alessandro Cannavale (executive) for Bartlebyfilm, PFA Films, [Vision Distribution
directed by Giorgio Bruno
starring Jonathan Tufvesson, Margaux Billard, Rocío Muñoz, Sydney White, Aciel Martinez Pol, Hal Yamanouchi, Ludovico Benedetti, Stefania Montesolaro, Aaron Stielstra, Edoardo Recchia, Agnese Patara, Ilenia Calabrese, Anna Maria De Luca, Maurizio Di Rocco, Andrea Naso, Paolo Coggiano, Ginalba Barletta, Ludovica Maria Celebre, Mirko Iaquinta, Angelo D'Agata, Maria Grazia Pantusa
written by Stefano Ceccarelli, Vinicio Canton, music by Vittorio Giannelli

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Alex (Jonathan Tufvesson), sound man of a small crew of documentary filmmakers, one day during a shoot captures some unusual sounds, and when at the studio he cleans up the sounds he finds them to be voices. Doing some research he finds they might be the voices of the dead. Luckily, professor  Hasegawa (Hal Yamanouchi), an expert on the subject, lives nearby, but he's at first very reluctant to help him, but eventually marvels at Alex's findings. But before he can properly help him, he's run over by a car.

Eventually, Alex crosses paths with Amanda (Rocío Muñoz), his best friend from when they both grew up at an orphanage, who desparately wants to talk to a mutual friend of theirs who back at the orphanage one day just disappeared. But there's also Alex's girlfriend Laura (Margaux Billard), presenter of the documentary Alex and his crew are shooting, who tries everything to keep Alex from falling deeper and deeper into this rabbit hole. But will she succeed, and are her motives completely selfless?


Now narratively this film is a little hard to follow, as its mythology is a bit murky, not all character motivation are very clear, and not all reveals actually reveal as much as they ought to. But one can only marvel at how beautiful the movie's filmed, and not just for an indie at that. And its powerful cinematic language makes this movie very effective, despite the relative lack of actual effects work, and creates the right feeling of unease a film of this kind demands. And add to that a competent cast, and you've got yourself a pretty cool piece of horror.


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