Held captive by a circus, Malu is frantically rescued from her shackles by her husband. As she waits anxiously in the darkness for her chance to escape, a disturbing truth she's hidden away seeps back in.
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Verena is a young nurse hired to help a mute young heir within an isolated castle in Tuscany. The more she observes the boy, the more Verena becomes convinced he has fallen under the spell of a powerful and otherworldly persona trapped in the castle's stone walls, one that seems to be quickly approaching on her.
Although the film is adapted from the novel of the same name by Sivio Raffo, the film is considered to be a loose supernatural remake of the 1970s psychological thriller What the Peeper Saw (1972) which starred Brit Ekland as a young woman whom becomes concerned for her 12 year old stepson (Mark Lester) whose mother passed away and develops abnormal behavior. Voices from The Stone (2017) was released 35 years after What The Peeper Saw (1972). See more »
When Verena cries demanding to the voice on the wall for answers, she breaks part of the wall and we can see how the pieces fall to the ground. Within a few minutes of that scene, Jakob is lying on the floor leaning against the wall and the floor is completely clean. See more »
[talking to Jakob]
Your father told me you have her gift. What would she say if she knew you might never use it again? She must have... spoken about the future before she died... about the wonderful things that lie ahead for you. Try to remember what she said. And imagine what she might say now if she could see you.
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13 preludes, Op. 32 - XII Allegro (G sharp minor)
Written by Sergei Rachmaninoff
Published by Barenreiter
Produced by John Clement Anderson
By arrangement with Odradek Records See more »
As another reviewer stated, this is reminiscent of The Others, but without the atmosphere, mystery or characters that defined that film. I love Emilia Clarke, but even she can't create something out of nothing.
Maybe with a different director who could tell a story and create a world this movie may have worked, but overall it's just boring and uneventful, and the film is so completely detached from the characters that their actions and situations come out of nowhere and go back there again with no explanation. Is it a happy ending or a sad ending? Who knows and ultimately, who cares?
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