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Film Review - The Sound of Silence


“The Sound of Silence” is a very intimate picture about the bigness of the world around us. Co-writer/director Michael Tyburski shows some stretch marks while trying to expand his short film into a feature-length endeavor, but he presents numerous ideas on the potency of sonic disorder and emotional denial in the drama, giving what becomes a tale about two people figuring each other out some sophistication and necessary tension. “The Sound of Silence” is short and doesn’t build up many dramatic challenges, but Tyburski displays confidence with what he has, leaning on star Peter Sarsgaard to articulate the frustration of a man who’s uncovered an aural code to the city, but can’t escape his own shortcomings as a vulnerable human being. Read the rest at


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