Voice from the Stone: Brief Review

Voice from the Stone, directed by Eric D. Howell (2017), is a film about a boy who traumatically lost his mother and his father hires a caretaker to try to improve his dourer disposition. The way this story is laid out and presented is super smart. It ends as it begins and you never expect it. The subtle change in character as the caretaker slowly goes down the rabbit hole with the family and staff is amazing in how its presented. It’s a great thriller-like mystery that easily could have been a horror film. It’s all very subtle and then all at once its in your face. Everything about this film was great. It’s definitely one of the few on the rewatch list.

Watched on amazon.com

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