Reminiscent of "Pleasantville", in this Gothic comedy heroine Abigaile Archibald suddenly develops a speaking voice in a world that is otherwise silent. Delighted, she secretly indulges in the joys of talking and singing -- until the townspeople launch a witch hunt to find the source of the mysterious sound. Written by
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and his wife posted audition notices for cast and crew on various Internet forums and received a huge response. They narrowed the pool down to about 60 actors and five crew members. None of them was paid. See more
"Row, Row, Row Your Boat" with the modern tune and lyrics was not published until 1881, more than 100 years after the apparent time period in which the film takes place. See more
Music by Tom DeStefano
Words by Jim Lawter
Sung by Crista Orefice See more