The Voice of the Vespers is an engaging film that explores the possibility of what realities exist unseen. The characters' navigation of these dimensions is well done by the film's creators through skillful effects. These effects have an awe-inspiring quality, and are very simply beautiful to look at.
I particularly liked design elements in settings that gave the scenes distinct moods, combined with some very good costuming. The twins' look is a great example of this. The whole look of the film defies a concrete date or city, or planet, for that matter, in which the action is set.
The action scenes were sharp, avoiding many stereotypes of the action genre. Sound plays a big part in this. Though the sound engineering is not apparent, we still benefit from careful attention to detail in this aspect of the film.
Overall, The Voice of the Vespers is a film that offers an avenue of thought, but also delivers a visually entertaining experience.
Review by Kate Jacobsen from the Internet Movie Database.