A smart, high-toned Wall Street drama that should pay dividends for the right distrib.
Sound Of My Voice
Variety's Indie Impact and 10 Directors to Watch 2012 brunch presented by Mercedes-Benz unspooled under vivid blue desert skies Sunday at the Parker Hotel in Palm Springs.
A year ago, Zal Batmanglij was just one more guy with a no-budget film at Sundance.
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Two documentary filmmakers infiltrate a mysterious cult in this taut, compelling low-budget feature.
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