The cast of the upcoming psychological drama "Sound of My Voice" gathered at the MoMA on Sunday to celebrate the film's release with the help of Patricia Clarkson, Duncan Sheik and Stephen Baldwin. Directed by Zal Batmanglij, the movie focuses on two documentary filmmakers who prepare to invetsigate the secret world of a mysterious cult, but find themselves potentially brainwashed soon after.
"Sound of My Voice" proves to be a truly collaborative effort, as it was also co-written by the film's leading lady, Brit Marling. As for the movie's score, musical credits go to Batmaglij's brother and member of Vampire Weekend, Rostam Batmanglij.
See photos of the premiere at after party, which was held at the Electric Room, below:
Watch for an inside look into the film's production:
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