“Berberian Sound Studio” is a 2012 British horror film directed by Peter Strickland and starring Toby Jones.
The film tells the story of Gilderoy, a British sound engineer who is hired to work on an Italian horror film in the 1970s. As Gilderoy begins his work on the film, he becomes increasingly disturbed by the violent and gruesome nature of the scenes he is working on. He also finds himself isolated and alone in a foreign country, struggling to understand the culture and language of the people around him.
As the film progresses, Gilderoy’s grip on reality begins to slip, and he becomes increasingly paranoid and delusional. The film blurs the line between reality and fantasy, creating a sense of unease and tension that builds throughout the story.
“Berberian Sound Studio” is a unique and innovative horror film that uses sound design and atmosphere to create a sense of terror and dread. It received critical acclaim for its artistic and experimental approach to the horror genre, as well as for Toby Jones’ powerful and nuanced performance as Gilderoy. The film is a must-see for fans of horror and experimental cinema.
Duration: 92 min.