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Berberian Sound Studio 

When: July 17-18 2013
belcourt.org
For weeks, the trailer for Peter Strickland’s giallo homage Berberian Sound Studio has been freaking out Belcourt audiences with its eerie quick-cut images and grotesquely squishy soundtrack. In what looks like a combination of the creepiest surveillance-nation aspects of Coppola’s The Conversation and De Palma’s Blow Out, Toby Jones plays an expert Foley artist who finds that his latest job — an Italian auteur’s splatter opus — is driving him to sonic delirium. Which makes this a thriller you’ll want to see in a theater as much or more for the sound system as for the big screen — so you’ll experience the full psychic torture caused by the sound of a knife plunging into a fleshy cabbage. Two days only.
— Jim Ridley

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