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An afflicted Melbourne cop whose ears won't stop ringing and whose life is locked in a downward spiral attempts to balance the pressure of his job with his disconcerting case of tinnitus in director Matthew Seville's grim psychological drama. Graham McGahan (Brendan Cowell) is an Aussie cop who's on the beat in a secretive suburban community. When a pair of gruesome crimes shakes a quiet middle class community and the residents refuse to assist the police investigation due to fear and mistrust, it begins to appear as if someone has gotten away with murder. Soon after applying for worker's compensation due to his maddening case of tinnitus, Constable McGahan reluctantly accepts his new post at a police caravan on the periphery of the crime scene. It is here, at the outer edge of a crucial investigation, that the suffocating grip of guilt and suspicion begins to take its toll on the policemen who realizes precisely how such heinous crimes can devastate an entire community.

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Brendan Cowell
as Constable Graham McGahan
Maia Thomas
as Lavinia Smart
Henry Nixon
as Craig Finaly
Nicholas Bell
as Senior Detective Noel Birchall
Katie Wall
as Constable Caitlin Robinson
Fiona MacLeod
as Detective Melanie Ryan
Maude Davey
as Senior Constable Rhonda Harris
Maud Davey
as Senior Constable Rhonda Harris
Luke Elliot
as Dean Stouritis
Simon Laherty
as "Lucky" Phil Heydon
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A different take on a cop story that doesn't come off as typical groundwork for a flawed hero or some sort of superman. While looking forward to seeing Brendan Cowell in future releases, the real star of the film is sound, from dialogue, score to foley. Although the film involves tracking a mass murderer on the run, Noise is very character-driven and steers away from becoming another CSI-oriented story that is well worth viewing.

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