The sound engineer Charlotte returns from Paris to her hometown in the countryside after the death of her mother, a clairvoyant card-reader murdered in her cottage. In the opinion of the ...
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The sound engineer Charlotte returns from Paris to her hometown in the countryside after the death of her mother, a clairvoyant card-reader murdered in her cottage. In the opinion of the police, the killer was one of her acquaintances as the house was not broken into. Charlotte feels hostility from her neighbors and decides to bug their house using her sound equipment. However she finds that inside her mother's house, there is a connection with the past and she can hear what happened there. Charlotte investigates the leads and discovers the truth about the death of her mother. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
I read all your messages and I would like to tell you that Ecoute le temps of Alanté Kavaïté is a really beautiful, sensitive and interesting movie. I saw it two times at the cinema in Paris and it was each time very good. I'm really surprised about what it is written...something about a microphone visible in almost every shot...I assure you, at the cinema, it was a perfect image with a cinema scope version and without any microphone in the shot! if what it is written it's true, for sure the DVD version of this movie is a bad one.... I think that this new film director is talented and I support her work.
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