presents to you - two of the most remarkably twisted and evil characters you will ever have seen in cinema. Two lovers (Lee Tergesen and Enid Graham) travel from town to town, inventing new personalities to play wild and sophisticated games on the people they meet. They cruelly ruin the lives of strangers, leaving a path of psychological destruction in their wake, like emotional serial killers.
In each town the couple raise the stakes, until the game spirals out of control and they turn on each other - desperately trying to escape their victims, the police, and death.
A deliciously dark and thrilling film with incredible performances, you will never forget Simon Arthur's SILVER TONGUES.
"Nothing is what it seems to be in SILVER TONGUES... Writer-director Simon Arthur, whose affinities for sociopathic antics evoke the psychological mousetraps of Neil LaBute and David Mamet, maintains suspense with unyielding dramatic momentum." --Steve Dollar, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
"A cynical, ice-cold tease... Clever and well acted..." --Jeanette Catsoulis, THE NEW YORK TIMES
"A really well-crafted psychological drama, made with terrific technical flair: clearly influenced by David Mamet but nonetheless very distinctive and supremely watchable." --Peter Bradshaw, THE GUARDIAN