When a linguist looks to use the artifact she discovered to improve humanity, a band that includes art collectors, criminals, and government agents try to stop her.

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Natasha Atalla ...
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Avi Barak
Medea Bonesteel ...
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Rebecca Nicole Bonesteel ...
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Herman Brown ...
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Anna Bäumer ...
Anna Russeau
Matthew Carpenter ...
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Jeran Davis ...
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Tracy DeLaughter ...
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Danny Derakhshan ...
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Karly Fischer ...
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Storyline

What if there was a way for all people to understand each other's words regardless of what language they speak? A linguistics method that could actually make this possible is about to cost linguist Anna Russeau all she's worked for and quite possibly her life in this thinking brooding film noir. Written by king

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6 Billion People. 1 Link.

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Drama | Mystery

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8 February 2006 (USA)  »

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$800,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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The idea for the film came about during the 53rd Cannes Film Festival. On a long walk on the beach director Arayna Thomas, having trouble overcoming the language barrier, began musing about a dormant ability that humans might have that could make universal comprehension possible if it were possible to penetrate it. See more »

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