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Voices recalls Solaris , another love story between a grief-stricken protagonist and an idealized woman who's more a specter than a human being. The crucial difference is that even when recovering miraculously from wounds or being blasted into space, Solaris ' Natascha McElhone was all too palpably human. Voices is visually impressive, and it sustains a mood of downbeat romanticism throughout, but because it lacks an essential core of humanity, it's never as haunting or resonant as it should be.