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Review: Innocence lost in 'Berberian Sound Studio'
The Brit-in-Italy scenario gets an emphatically grungy makeover in "Berberian Sound Studio," a twisted tribute to analog moviemaking and 1970s Italian Giallo horror flicks. Toby Jones plays the innocent abroad — not a traveler headed for a romantic thaw in the Mediterranean sun but a sound engineer who never sees the light of day and who's headed for — or perhaps already in the midst of — a mental unraveling.
By Sheri Linden
June 12, 2013