Now wait until you get a load of this premise.
A movie where there is absolutely no dialogue or subtitles. The only form of communication pushing the movie along is sign language. I remember when I was in third grade and I took a sign language course. I don't remember what I thought I was getting into and it kills me that I forgot everything I learned since, but something about that really affected me in a positive way. Perhaps it was learning a new way of communication, a new to reach into the minds and souls of others for which I could not before. All I remember is how it affected while I took it and how it affected me afterwards. I was very proud of my work.
But like I said, I don't remember any of it, and it won't help me when I see "The Tribe." This movie has been generating a ton of buzz since its festival run last year. Some of my most trusted critics that I read put it on their end-of-the-year lists in January. I can't wait to see if I can possibly follow along with this movie. This is more than just a gimmick, this is more than a movie daring to be ambitious and different. This sounds like this what it looks like when a revolution takes hold. This movie hits theaters on June 17th. I can't wait to see it.