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His Master's Voice (2018)

A young man searches for his father after he disappears while working on a highly classified project for the United States government that involves extraterrestrials.

Director:

György Pálfi

Writers:

Stanislaw Lem (novel), György Pálfi (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Kate Vernon ... Camille
Marshall Williams ... Chris
Eric Peterson ... Hogarth
Jennifer Vallance ... Bespectacled Woman
Jenna Warren ... Isobel
Mark Day ... Agent James
Andrew Moodie ... Agent Simmons
Benz Antoine ... Jerome Vick Jr.
Sarita Van Dyke ... Waitress
Eldon Hunter ... Student
Jodi Larratt ... Journalist
Angelo Tsarouchas ... Adrian Hines
Diána Magdolna Kiss ... Dóra
Jennilee Murray ... Sabina - NBC Reporter
Xavier Sotelo ... Local Man #2
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A young man searches for his father after he disappears while working on a highly classified project for the United States government that involves extraterrestrials.

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Drama | Sci-Fi

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Fake artistic nonsense
10 October 2020 | by fagzalSee all my reviews

I am a big fan of the work of Stanislaw Lem. His style is not for everyone, but his creativity is unparalleled: he was at the top of his craft, a master of his language, who constantly surprised the reader with amazing and thought provoking ideas. So I was eager to see Gyorgy Palfi's version of the novel - but boy, was I disappointed!

First of all: the story of the movie has *nothing* to do with the original material, except for a few, very vague references. It's just a big, chaotic mess, where unnecessary scenes follow each other seemingly randomly. It's not artistic just because if makes no sense, okay?

"Disappointed" is not the best word, by the way: I felt *angry* after suffering through this joke of a movie. I felt like the director just defecated on a masterpiece. How come he was even allowed to use the same title as the novel?

I want to build a time machine now, just to go back in time when we decided to push "play", so that I can stop ourselves. Watching a switched-off TV for two hours is a *much* better way of spending your time then seeing this tragic nonsense.

Avoid at all cost!


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Release Date:

20 December 2018 (Hungary) See more »

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Ottawa, Ontario, Canada See more »

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$24,627
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