Notes & Reviews:
"La voix humaine isn't easy listening, nor is it meant to be. We're eavesdropping, literally, on an intimate, private moment, as the protagonist disintegrates emotionally. We're intruding, yet compelled to follow the drama because we care about the woman as a human being. The text, by Jean Cocteau, is natural and understated, and for that very reason, we connect... Another reason why La Voix works so well on film is that an infinite amount can be conveyed by body language. Farley is a natural stage person. She moves like a cat, stretching and moving alertly, as if she were "on the prowl", tense and alert. On film, you can see her face in close-ups, mobile and expressive." -MusicWebNotes & Reviews:
Run Time: 65 min.
Picture Format: NTSC, 4:3, Color
Country of Origin: USA
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