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Listen (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance, Sci-Fi | 27 February 2015 (USA)
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A young man obsessed with music who has a hard time connecting to people accidentally discovers that everyone has music within them. Shocked to find this he uses his discovery to finally find harmony with others and his own true love.

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F.C. Rabbath

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Cast

Credited cast:
Joshua Mikel ... David
Sergio Soltero Sergio Soltero ... Mark
Zac Pullam ... Young David
Avery Kristen Pohl ... Young Abby
Emily Pearse ... Abby
Julie Moss ... Norman's Wife
Callie Haskins Callie Haskins ... Stacey
Bill Kelly ... Calhoun
Laura W. Johnson ... Board Member #2
Henry Tisdale ... Grandfather
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Patrick Alverez Patrick Alverez ... Abby's Guy #6
Carlton Barnaby Carlton Barnaby ... Robber #2
Kyle B. Davis Kyle B. Davis ... Abby's Guy #2 (as Kyle Davis)
Brenden Deanda Brenden Deanda ... Little Boy #1
Taylor Dec Taylor Dec ... Telephone Girl
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A young man obsessed with music who has a hard time connecting to people accidentally discovers that everyone has music within them. Shocked to find this he uses his discovery to finally find harmony with others and his own true love.

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Drama | Romance | Sci-Fi

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

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David: You gave him our landline?
Mark: No no, I didn't tell him anything. Wait... since when do we have a landline? Seriously! Why do we have a landline? Who's paying for this?
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Music by Tony Anderson
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Cool concept & great fun

The films concept revolves around two students who invent a device that can listen to people's "music" which everyone on Earth apparently has. It's a great and fairly original concept which needed some very careful execution to get right and "Listen" doesn't disappoint.

This is a very well written film with a strong script and great ideas behind it, there is some exploration of morality regarding the abuse of power and explores the differences between attraction and love. This is not an action film and it rewards audiences with patience and an open mind.

My only problems with the film are the two main characters that for the first half of the film are very hard to like or connect with, although as the story unfolds the characters to improve and there is some nice development. There's a few parts of the film I'd have really liked to have seen more of like the relationship between the Grandfather and the protagonist when he was a child. Also there is a great character in there Calhoun who is a shady business man interested in buying their device, I would have loved to have seen that side of the plot develop further.

Despite the minor niggles I have with the film it's a no brainer to see this film, anyone who's a fan of unconventional science fiction stories will love this and get great enjoyment out of it. The film is available for free viewing on a number of platforms, I watched it on Snag films which is the only place it can be watched internationally, I'd love to see it on Youtube at some point if it's going to remain free to view as it's much more accessible there to a wider audience.

It's a beautiful looking film with some great cinematography and a lot of fun. I think if this is the directors first feature, it's a cracking debut. I highly recommend you give the film a whirl.


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