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Silence is a movie starring Andrew Garfield, Adam Driver, and Liam Neeson. In the 17th century, two Portuguese Jesuit priests travel to Japan in an attempt to locate their mentor, who is rumored to have committed apostasy, and to...

Genres
History, Drama
Director
Martin Scorsese
Starring
Liam Neeson, Tadanobu Asano, Adam Driver, Andrew Garfield

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres History, Drama
Director Martin Scorsese
Writer Martin Scorsese, Jay Cocks, Shûsaku Endô
Stars Liam Neeson, Tadanobu Asano, Adam Driver, Andrew Garfield
Country Japan, Taiwan, Mexico, UK, Italy, USA
Also Known As Σιωπή, Milczenie Boga, Silencio, 沈默, Némaság, Tišina, 沈黙, Mlčení, Silêncio, Shtika, Šutnja, Vaikus, Milczenie, Tyla, Klusēšana, 沉默, Tacere
Runtime 2 h 41 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description In the 17th century, two Portuguese Jesuit priests travel to Japan in an attempt to locate their mentor, who is rumored to have committed apostasy, and to propagate Catholicism.

Top reviews

Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 11:03

In some ways, Silence is a poor man's Deliverance. It is a film that is slow paced, and quite a bit of it is dialogue heavy. It is very heavy on the dialogue, and very little on action. However, the first half hour of this film is remarkable. The dialogue is on a par with Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction. The characters, although very complex, are just as believable and human as characters in Pulp Fiction. There is a character who has almost no lines, yet it is so well developed that it is hard not to like him. The film's strength is in its set design. The early scenes are shot in a rich and interesting atmosphere, reminiscent of the lush environments of films like The English Patient and The Graduate. By the time the second half of the film arrives, it is no longer interesting, but the scenery is just gorgeous. The music score also helps to create a certain mood. I feel that the music is mostly a detriment to the film, and is not enough to compensate for the flaws in the dialogue and character development. The film's weakest point is the violence. As a film, the violence is incredibly bloody, but I think the film should be praised for the brutalism of it all. The characters are killed in gruesome and gruesome ways. The blood splatters on the walls, and on the bodies of the victims, and on the ceiling. These scenes are so gruesome that you are forced to take the violence seriously. It was this blood, and the blood splatters, that really pushed me to see the film. The violence also reminded me of The Shining, because it is almost a celebration of violence. At the end of the film, I found myself being a little more critical of the characters, because they have become so unpleasant to me. The fact that the film has such a bleak tone doesn't help either. The final scene of the film, and the statement that Silence makes to the viewer is just so bleak, that it becomes hard not to be turned off. It was the last scene that really drove me to write a review for the film. Silence is very much a film that could have been better, but is still very much a good film. There are a lot of people who have said that the film is slow. I don't agree. There is a lot of dialogue in this film, and the film has an extremely slow pace. The movie is very much in its own world, and has a very realistic and serious tone. I believe that this makes the film much better than some other movies that have similar plots. I believe that it was this tone that kept me interested in the film. If you are a person who likes movies with a serious tone, and are someone who enjoys films that are more realistic than the typical action movie, then I strongly recommend this film. However, I think that the dialogue and the way it is told in this film are the only things that keep this film from being an epic. I believe that this film is a great film, but it is just not as great as I think it could have been.
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 08:15

Two Years of Silence begins in 1911 when British colonizers in Africa had been massacred in a massacre by the White Terror. The new British government had decided to create a colony on the continent. The old regime had been replaced by a new system of White League rule in which the "Best People" would rule. The term "Best People" is now a term of abuse used to discredit the new regime and their followers. Dr. Thomas Headey, a wealthy British businessman in East Africa, is the key figure in this film. Heady is also the colonial administrator for the new colony. His record is good and he is admired by his young colonial wife and his friends. However, Heady also is faced with a constant conflict with the British government over how to move forward with the colony. In 1914, Heady and his friends are approached by the British government to open a dam on the Nile. The British government says that this would be a great source of wealth for the country. Heady refuses to help because he is not the local master. Heady eventually begins to realize the advantages of the project and they move forward. They eventually complete the dam. However, Heady and his friends must find a way to export the water and build the dam and then make a profit. The film is set during the Great War and it shows the problems of the time as well as the problems with the British government and the colonial administration. There are two great aspects to the film. The first is the scale of the action and the second is the soundtrack. The sound design is beautiful and makes the film seem much larger than it actually is. The film is very rich in sound and includes several beautiful music pieces, some that are used only for the first time. The film is a great work of art that deserves to be seen by all. The production is great and the acting is also very good. A very good film that is worth seeing. 8/10.


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