All too often it seems like filmmakers get so caught up in plot that they forget they're working in the perfect medium to explore ideas. This isn't the case with Zal Batmanglij and Brit Marling, whose first collaboration, The Sound of My Voice
, delved deeply into the concepts of perception and reality in telling the tale of a young couple who infiltrate an enigmatic cult. A rare indie movie that used its modest budget to great effect while focusing on performances and atmosphere, The Sound of My Voice
was somewhat overshadowed by another cult-themed drama -- the similarly haunting Martha Marcy May Marlene
-- back in 2011; now, Batmanglij and Marl...