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Unspoken (2006)

Not Rated | | Drama | 22 May 2006 (USA)
The world outside has ceased to exist. Brandon, his girlfriend Katie and his younger brother Guy have finally decided that it is better to die at their own hands in the company of the ones ... See full summary »

Director:

Marc Clebanoff

Writer:

Marc Clebanoff
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Cast

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Justin Allen Justin Allen ... Brandon
Matthew Siegan ... Guy (as Matt Siegan)
Ashley Jensen Ashley Jensen ... Katie
William Sadler ... Dad
Chase Louis Mayo Chase Louis Mayo ... Josh
Chad Everett ... Narrator
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The world outside has ceased to exist. Brandon, his girlfriend Katie and his younger brother Guy have finally decided that it is better to die at their own hands in the company of the ones they love, then to continue living helplessly, confined to a dark, miniscule abandoned storefront. Written by Anonymous

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Some things are better left unsaid...

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Drama

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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22 May 2006 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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It took writer/director Marc Clebanoff just 11 months from the time he wrote the film, to the time he premiered it in Los Angeles, California. See more »

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Very Interesting Art-house
5 October 2009 | by blindeye6985See all my reviews

Unspoken, although a bit slow at times, is a very interesting film. The film is bookended by a really thought provoking montage of images driven by an equally interesting monologue. The acting throughout was relatively strong. It was nice to see a veteran like William Sadler show up and he definitely had some memorable moments. His desire to appear in such a small film such as this goes to show that there are still some artists left in Hollywood. The three main characters kept me watching, particularly Justin Allen who I hope to see work more in the future. Although some technical elements came up short I thought the film was worth the watch if you appreciate dark and unusual film-making. Unspoken stuck with me after I finished it. It's too bad there's no commentary on this one as I'd be curious to hear the filmmaker's insight into it.


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