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Mark Webber directed and performed, together with his wife Teresa Palmer and son Bodhi, The Place Of No Words, an allegorical tale about life and death full of fantastic creatures.

Let’s go back to talking about The Place Of No Words, a film that comes from the Tribeca Film festival 2019 and is finally making its debut in the cinema. In the United States it can be seen in some theaters and on demand on 23 October. In the meantime, the new trailer has arrived, which takes us to fantastic worlds inhabited by wonderful creatures.

Directed by The Place of No Words and of Mark Webber, director and actor who we remember it Young love, Dark presences and who recently starred in black comedy Clover, which for now has only been streamed in the United States. Webber is also the protagonist of The Place of No Words, along with his wife Teresa Palmer, who is an actress, and her son Bodhi. The three play a father, a mother and a son.

The Place of No Words oscillates between reality and fantasy, using mythological creatures and magical elements that have the function of allegories that serve to explain the most incomprehensible aspects of real life to a three-year-old child. It all stems from a question that the little one Bodhi he asks his parents: “Where do we go when we die?”. The child’s performance is extraordinary and the allegorical journey is visually interesting, lyrical and intense. The film was presented at the Giffoni Film Festival 2019, where it won an award. We don’t know if it will reach our cinemas or not.



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