"Sound of Noise" is rooted in a boldly original premise. Six Swedish drummers set out to perform 'Music for One City and Six Drummers.' To pull it off, the percussionists must perform the composition's four movements at various public locations using non-musical objects, vehicles and even body parts. The performances bring to mind the way the Stomp theater group uses everyday objects to create complex polyrhythms. Additionally, the activist drummers assemble and operate in a way that reminisces the clandestine yet humorous antics of the criminal team in "Ocean's Eleven." "Sound of Noise" gives an original spin on the cops and robbers plot thread as police officer Amadeus Warnebring pursues the bohemian pranksters. The pursuer and pursued come together for a zany ending that invokes the absurd but is entirely hilarious. It's an indie film that's likely to resonate with musicians and drummers in particular. It feels like an art house film done with a big budget, complete with fantastic visual effects. The film can only be watched in Swedish with English subtitles. Much of the quirky film experience is visual and musical; so despite the language barrier, it shouldn't be a difficult watch for most American viewers. In any case, the Swedish cityscape makes for a vivid setting. The novel storyline, music and acting make for a memorable watch. So in the end, "Sound of Noise" is anything but noise.