Voice from the Stone


Action / Drama / Mystery / Thriller

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Emilia Clarke Photo
Emilia Clarke as Verena
Caterina Murino Photo
Caterina Murino as Malvina
Marton Csokas Photo
Marton Csokas as Klaus
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669.8 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
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1.38 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 34 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by deloudelouvain3 / 10

Well that's a boring movie

A thriller with Emilia Clarke? Sounds good to me. But after ninety minutes there was only deception left. There is no way you could qualify this movie as a thriller so I wonder why IMDb puts it in this category. It's a Gothic drama, and a boring one. It's all nicely shot and the acting isn't that bad but the story is oh so boring. You constantly hope something interesting will happen but let me spoil it for you, nothing significant to make the story better happens. Emilia Clarke is a delight to watch in Game Of Thrones but in this movie she can do whatever she wants, if the story is bad you can put whatever actor in it, it still is a bad movie. I thought about stop watching this movie after an hour but I sat it through in the hope something would change but unfortunately it didn't. Boring drama.

Reviewed by Prismark102 / 10

Under the Tuscan sky

Set in 1950s Tuscany this is an insipid Gothic drama. Verena (Emilia Clarke) is a timid governess hired by sculptor Klaus (Marton Csokas) to deal with his son Jakob who has not spoken since his mother Malvina (Caterina Munro) died some months earlier.

Verena's tries to get through to Jakob but Verena is convinced that Malvina's spirit somehow lives on and is trying to get through to Jakob though the walls of the castle.

Klaus comes across as a bit of brute, emotionally damaged himself who seduces Verena who is willing to pose for the sculptor in the nude.

The film is atmospheric but due to pacing problems rather inert.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca4 / 10

Nothing much going on

VOICE FROM THE STONE is yet another updating of the classic ghost story about a governess brought in to help a maladjusted child and his lonely grieving parent. This time around the setting is Tuscany, which is never really utilised to its full extent, although we do get some old-time Italian stars in support including Lisa Gastoni and Remo Girone. Sadly, the film is somewhat haphazardly written, never really getting going despite ample opportunity to do so. I don't mind slow burners but this has little atmosphere or depth to sustain it. Emilia Clarke does her best but still feels like she's acting, rather than fully inhabiting her role, while Marton Csokas has little to work with.

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