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The Sounding (2017)

A mysterious new language leads to conflict and rebellion.

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Catherine Eaton
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Cast

Credited cast:
Teddy Sears ... Michael
Catherine Eaton ... Liv
Harris Yulin ... Lionel
Frankie Faison ... Roland
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Betsy Aidem ... Police Chief Phyllis
Carolyn Baeumler ... Shut Up
Matthew W. Belcher Matthew W. Belcher ... Patient in Psycho Ward
Steve Bertorelli Steve Bertorelli ... Mental Patient
Mark Boyett ... Thomas
Joel Brady ... Bugs
Danny Burstein ... Anderson
Jim Coniglione ... Multi-Cultural Aristocrat
Erin Darke ... Christine
Lawrence Derx ... Corporate Security
David Furr ... Ed
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Off the coast of Maine, a revolutionary neuropsychiatrist discovers a woman who, after years of silence, now weaves a language from Shakespeare's words. Brought to the island to protect her, their lives collide as he struggles to define what it is he must protect her from. Written by Producer

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Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 April 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Liv See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA See more »

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The film's co-screenwriter, Bryan Delaney, appears twice in the film: first as a guest during the funeral scene, and again as one of the lobstermen who helps pull Liv from the water. See more »

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Beautifully written, filmed and acted
26 October 2017 | by pfrey-22512See all my reviews

The beauty of this film is it's ability to viscerally illuminate the struggles and triumphs we all encounter, at one point or another, to communicate. It touches deeply on how fragile and sublime life is. The story arc traces how difficult it can be to be clear about one's intentions, 'words' and actions, and how when we are not so clear, it can cause harm, despite our good intentions. Eaton's grounding in the Dharma becomes evident through her gentle yet strong performance as well as the film's allegiance to the core truth that all being's inherent qualities are kind and compassionate, even though we may be temporarily covered in a dirty cloth.


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