AKA: Voice Over, VOIndicates that dialogue will be heard on a movie s soundtrack, but the speaker will not be shown. The abbreviation is often used as an annotation in a script.
- Any spoken language not seeming to come from images on the screen.
Voice-over is dialogue, usually narration, that comes from an unseen, offscreen voice, character, or narrator.
The unseen person who does the speaking necessary to create a voice-over.
The narrator s voice when the narrator is not seen. Common in television commercials, but also in film noir.