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Publication: The Stranger
Author: Schmader, David
Date published: May 30, 2012
Language: English
PMID: 59135
Journal code: STRR

ULTRASONIC

The premise of this scrappy little indie is intriguing: A struggling musician with hypersensitive hearing finds himself riveted by an ever-present sound no one else seems to hear. Then things start to get weird, in a way that makes the characters begin to question the very nature of reality. Like I said, intriguing, but everything quickly gets bogged down by the student-level filmmaking. (DAVID SCHMADER) Grand Illusion, Fri- Tues 7 pm.



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