Two lovers play a dark and dangerous game of deceit. Donning different personalities, they travel from town to town using their talent for performance to shatter the lives of strangers ... See full summary »

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Maureen Carr ...
Belinda
James Grant ...
Willhelm
Una McLean ...
Louisa
Jon Morrison ...
Gerry
Alison Peebles ...
Joan
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Two lovers play a dark and dangerous game of deceit. Donning different personalities, they travel from town to town using their talent for performance to shatter the lives of strangers unlucky enough to cross their path. But how far can a person go, when all they know are lies? How much can they change before they break? Manipulation builds upon manipulation, and soon the audience themselves become unwitting collaborators in the characters cruel deceptions. As this amoral game spiral out of control, the audience is forced to question who will be the ultimate victim. Written by Slamdance Film Festival

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Short | Drama

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an original and unique piece of work
30 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I liked many things about "Silver Tongues". It was an usual film, especially for a short, and it had none of clichés that one normally sees in that genre. The performances were all very good, and the look of the film was excellent. It took me a while to figure out what the motivations of the characters are, but once I did, it all tied up nicely. I also wasn't sure if it was a US production that's set in Scotland/England or what; I guess I'm not used to seeing short films from that part of the world, aside from "Trainspotting". I thought, "Great Scottish accents." This was the best short film that I saw at the Naperville Independent Film Festival. Look forward to seeing more from this filmmaker.


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