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Two Voices (1997)

Sybil Goldrich had breast cancer and reconstructive surgery, Kathleen Anneken chose to have breast implants. They both suffer from symptoms they were not warned about. Who would have ... See full summary »

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Sybil Goldrich
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Kathleen Anneken
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Louis McClennon
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Dr. Jimmy Goldrich
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David Anneken
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Joshua Norton
Dennis Creaghan
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Brad
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Amy
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Xena
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David Ivey
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Dr. Bentley
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Sybil Goldrich had breast cancer and reconstructive surgery, Kathleen Anneken chose to have breast implants. They both suffer from symptoms they were not warned about. Who would have guessed drug companies and the doctors' community is hiding something from the public with government endorsment? The two join forces to fight the system, at the same time dealing with their different social-economical backgrounds, "style" and families. Written by Jonathan <jrd@netvision.net.il>

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16 June 1997 (USA)  »

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Two Small Voices  »

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Surprised me
10 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was sure this movie would be embarrassing for me to watch and full of clichés, artificial angst and lonely seriousness. The story captured me slowly and subtly as I surprised myself by understanding and relating to the differences in the passions and motivations of the characters. While the tensions and suspicions between Anneken and Goldrich developed and transformed, I could see through the outside efforts into the hearts of these two characters, into multi-levels and conflicts within. Seriousness is balanced with a bit of humor, although I thought there could have been additional humorous scenes inserted. Two Voices is not one-sided, and the story consistently exposes our efforts to be free amidst difference. Is that a cliché?


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