|Zal Batmanglij Director||previously directed The Recordist|
Zal Batmanglij's feature debut tells the story of a couple determined to unmask Maggie (Brit Marling) as a fraud, who claims to have traveled back in time from 2054 to recruit and train an army for a coming civil war.
|Christopher Denham||Peter Aitken|
|Nicole Vicius||Lorna Michaelson|
|Brit Marling||Lorna Michaelson|
|Avery Kristen Pohl||Abigail Pritchett|
|Davenia McFadden||Carol Briggs|
"Sound Of My Voice" premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival Directed and co-written by Zal Batmanglij who makes his feature debut. It stars Brit Marling, who also co-wrote and co-produced the movie. The film follows Peter (Christopher Denham) and Lorna (Nicole Vicius), a couple hoping to launch their documentary film-making careers by becoming followers of Maggie (Brit Marling). Maggie claims to have traveled back in time from 2054 to recruit and train an army for a coming civil war. Peter and Lorna are determined to unmask her as a fraud.
|news||DVD/Blu-Ray: October 9th||staceywi|
|review||Sound of My Voice does more with less ( out of 5)||Vincemaster|
|review||A Splinter of Doubt (3 out of 5)||ashogo|
|news||In Theaters: April 27th||staceywi|
|news||The First 12 Minutes Of Sound Of My Voice Showcase The Origins Of A Cult||Rorie|
|forum||The First 12 Minutes Of Sound Of My Voice Showcase The Origins Of A Cult||Rorie|