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Diamond Tongues (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy , Drama | 25 January 2015 (USA)
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Edith dreams of being a successful actress but just can't seem to make things happen. When she can't figure out what she's doing wrong, she begins to do everything wrong.


Adam Gurfinkel (story), Pavan Moondi (screenplay) | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Leah Fay Goldstein Leah Fay Goldstein ... Edith Welland (as Leah Goldstein)
Nick Flanagan ... Nick
Leah Wildman Leah Wildman ... Clare
Adam Gurfinkel Adam Gurfinkel ... Ben
David John Phillips ... Derek Neville (as David J. Phillips)
Noah R. Taylor Noah R. Taylor ... Christian
Ryan Wonsiak Ryan Wonsiak ... Dmitri
Brendan Hobin Brendan Hobin ... Jason
Ashley Tredenick ... Suzanne
Bo Martyn ... Danielle
Julian Peter Julian Peter ... Darren
Catherine Stockhausen Catherine Stockhausen ... Laura
Matt Hansen Matt Hansen ... Himself
Caley Jones Caley Jones ... Receptionist
Julian Carrington Julian Carrington ... Nate


Edith Welland dreams of being a successful actress but just can't seem to make things happen. Things get worse when the ex-boyfriend she broke up with to focus on her career takes up acting on a whim and immediately books a leading role. When Edith can't figure out what she's doing wrong, she begins to do everything wrong. DIAMOND TONGUES is a dramatic comedy about insecurity, uncertainty, unhealthy competition, and just about everything else between the lines. Written by anonymous

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25 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Nick: I am a moderately successful person in my field. You should listen to me. You should trust me.
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It makes the viewer reflect by the end
10 October 2018 | by proud_ludditeSee all my reviews

Edith (Leah Goldstein) is an actress struggling to find work and build a career in Toronto . Her insecurities and jealousies of her peers lead to behaviour that is occasionally funny and always nasty.

The first half of this film is quite engaging as it is frank about the various forms of instability of anyone trying to find work in an artistic field. While one can understand Edith's feelings and motives in the beginning, it starts to wear off somewhat in the second half. She becomes very unlikeable and it's hard to follow the film's focus on someone we (the viewers) would rather avoid if we had to face her in real life.

Even during the difficult phase, Goldstein is great and always believable. This helps the viewer ride through to the conclusion that starts to take a better twist. The ending makes us all question whatever it is that we are spending our time doing (career or otherwise): are we doing it because we enjoy it or because we think it will lead to some image of "success"? This twist elevated the movie back to the good level with which it began.

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