Noise [videorecording] / Retro Active Films and Film Finance Corporation Australia presents ; in association with Film Victoria and SBS Independent ; written and directed by Matthew Saville ; produced by Trevor Blainey.
[New York] : Film Movement ; Prince Frederick, MD : RB Media, c2008.
Noise: Two heinous crimes have left a suburban town reeling. As the local community enfolds itself in a shroud of secrecy, borne from fear and an untrammeled mistrust of authority, the police remain desperate for witnesses. Graham McGahan, a young police constable suffering from a chronic hearing problem, is stationed at a police caravan near the crime scene. Living on the periphery of the investigation, McGahan crosses paths with the people affected by the tragedies and gradually unravels a nightmare of guilt and suspicion that will involve him more than he could have imagined.
Motorcycle: In a remote village in north-east Thailand, the only phone begins to ring. It is a call from the city that Grandfather Koon's son has been killed in a motorcycle crash. Somehow, Koon must bring the body back to the village and ensure that there is a proper funeral.
DVD; region 1; 5.1 Surround, stereo.
Motorcycle: Thai with English subtitles.
Noise: Brendan Cowell, Maia Thomas, Henry Nixon, Nicholas Bell.
Motorcycle: Koon Suwanna, Noi Chanda.
Noise: Director of photography, László Baranyai ; editor, Geoff Hitchins ; music, Bryony Marks.
Motorcycle: Camera, Pongthorn Bejrajati ; music, Victor Fan.
Special bonus material includes: extended and deleted scenes; behind-the-scenes documentary; workshop footage; biographies.
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