Lost In Sound by Adam Neustadter

A woman, whose life has been accompanied by a cinematic score, struggles to connect with people.

A young woman — played by actress Nora Zehetner — constantly hears a movie score in her head, making her ordinary life seem cinematic and beautiful.

But it also keeps her from connecting with other people as she drifts in and out of her own world. No one else can compete with the soundtrack in her mind.

Beautifully shot with earnest, charming performances, this unique drama blends music video with storytelling, and features an evocative score by Smashing Pumpkins guitarist James Iha, who has collaborated with director Adam Neufstadter before.

The result is a tender, lovely, bittersweet parable about how the noise in our minds — as compelling as it is — often gets in the way of being truly present in our life. But connecting with others through vulnerability and openness makes anything possible.




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