by FilmInk Staff

“Dialogue, no matter what was spoken, felt that it got in the way of a scene, a look, a feeling – and after a few months the idea to have no talking was so freeing, yet also a very difficult one to make work,” says Triggs. “I was always worried the story was too simple or boring – so made sure use simple storytelling techniques to complicate elements to force the audience to always be thinking two steps ahead therefore holding their attention.”

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In Australian cinemas May 1, 2022


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