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Noise

Dir/scr: Henry Bean. US. 2007. 91 mins .Noise has an intriguing idea at its core: it centres on a New York resident who begins a one-man guerilla campaign against urban noise pollution. But having hooked us with the tagline, director Henry Bean never seems to be sure quite where to run with it. The film shifts uncertainly from quirky black humour and political satire to serious emotional drama and back again, ending up as a sort of anarchist, local-scale ...

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