Kieran Darcy-Smith's feature debut is a calmly devastating exploration of how one misjudged moment in life has the potential to cause everything to fall to pieces. Dave (Joel Edgerton) reluctantly travels to Cambodia with his pregnant wife (co-writer Felicity Price) and her younger sister and new boyfriend, and after a night of partying the boyfriend disappears without a trace. The others are left to return to their lives, each bearing differing degrees of knowledge about what happened. Delivering doses of information bit by bit, the film's meticulously edited, nonlinear disclosure of events is transfixing-as are the superb performances.
Joel Edgerton and Teresa Palmer have come aboard the Australian psychological drama Say Nothing. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the project will mark the directorial debut of short film maker Kieran Darcy-Smith.
Felicity Price wrote the screenplay with Darcy-Smith, which centers on four friends enjoying a relaxing holiday in Asia. A thrilling mystery begins to unfold when one of the friends goes missing in Cambodia. Price is also set to appear in the film, alongside Antony Starr.Read More