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Masters Of Horror: Sounds Like

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2006
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57 min
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Plot: For call center supervisor Larry Pearce (Chris Bauer of TRUE BLOOD), listening is a way of life. His days are spent monitoring hundreds of tech support phone conversations where his ultra-sensitive ears attuned to every nuance of voice and sound. But in the months following his young son’s tragic death, Larry’s hearing intensifies until it becomes virtually superhuman. Now simple noises around him have amplified into a cacophony of torment. And as Larry slowly begins to lose his grip on reality, he must take violent action to quiet the deafening clamor. In a world where nothing screams louder than the madness of grief, how far will one man go to find the ultimate paradise of absolute silence?
Rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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