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'Ne handvoll neuer Trailer, zuerst mal zum ziemlich interessant klingenden Polit-SciFi-Film Mute („Verbal communication has been outlawed by the rich elite“, zusätzliches Featurette unten), dazu neue Clips zum genderbent Ghostbusters (und der hier sieht wirklich gut aus [also, read this: Bustin’ Makes Boys Feel Sad — Why Ghostbusters is So Hated]), dem Improv-Comedy-Drama Don't Think Twice, dem Bankster-Drama Equity und der Pre-Apokalypsen-SitCom No Tomorrow.
Verbal communication has been outlawed by the rich elite in an attempt to stop the public speaking out against the conditions they live in. The new laws are enforced by the security department of the ‘Spectrum’ Corporation - a huge conglomerate of the five biggest companies in the world. ‘MUTE’ is the story of Charlie - a young film enthusiast, and Spectrum employee, and his gradual involvement with Mandy - a young woman on the run from Spectrum, who has set up underground clubs where people can speak out. As Spectrum find out about these clubs, it's only a matter of time before their lives are in serious danger.
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