Black Wedding (2015)

This black comedy from Germany is a film with sound, but without any dialogue. In a family whose members are no longer talking to another, the (predominantly negative) emotions are only communicated through looks, gestures and actions. +++ +++ [click title to read review]

The Plank (1967 & 1979)

The two versions of The Plank by Eric Sykes qualify as sound effect comedies (more or less), and they are of interest for their take on silent acting and dialogue-free humour. They are, however, not as accomplished as 1970's Simon Simon. +++ +++ [click title to read review]

Simon Simon (1970)

This 30-minute, dialogue-free short film employs a lot of well-choreographed, mildly amusing slap-stick, trying to emulate silent era greats like Laurel & Hardy. +++ +++ [click title to read review]

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