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A young man is killed for trying to stop what he sees as evil and his friends seen as fun. Whilst his sister starts an unwitting relationship with the killer and his mother sinks deeper into grief, it is left to his younger brother, seventeen Leo to avoid easy revenge and uncover the uncomfortable truth. Written by
Watching Hush your mouth just once certainly isn't enough. The film has a foundation of several individual stories which, intertwined together, cause the final result. Each of the individual stories have subtle touches that connect them to the others that keeps you guessing the outcome right up till it displays itself at the end. This had us thinking and discussing different points long after it had finished. I think knowing the outcome definitely requires a second viewing, if only to be able to pick up on the detail throughout the film to get a thorough understanding. The camera-work made it feel more real life, more 'documentary' style which transported you to feel more present during the film and ultimately more realistic.
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