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Everything Unspoken (2004)

Not Rated | | Drama
In the spirit of Godard, Cassavetes, and Jarmusch, Everything Unspoken follows a couple as they struggle to face up to their own and each other's limitations and aspirations. Clayton Price ... See full summary »

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Emanuel Bocchieri
Sophia Bocchieri
Susan Bucci
Kimiko Fuwa
Priscilla Grim
Rod McLucas
Bryan Middleton
Billy Steel
Rebecca Treherne
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In the spirit of Godard, Cassavetes, and Jarmusch, Everything Unspoken follows a couple as they struggle to face up to their own and each other's limitations and aspirations. Clayton Price and his live in girlfriend are unemployed and frustrated. In their early thirties, they've seen the initial promises of youth begin to fade. When it seems their passion for each other has begun to fade, too, they struggle with how to move on. Set against the backdrop of New York City, the film follows them in their separate struggles to find meaning and purpose in their lives. Everything Unspoken presents a world where everything is familiar, yet strange. Where the older generation in the form of each character's mentor: an older writer and a family friend reveals that the struggles of the present are not so different from the struggles of the past. The outward trappings may appear different: sexual and emotional dysfunction, disease, an increasing sense of gloom about the value and nature of true ... Written by Anthony Ferraro

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Cympal Productions

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1.78 : 1
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An early under-appreciated mumblecore drama. See more »

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