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Silencio is a movie starring Novak Ricardo Cañamar, Anna Cetti, and Michel Chauvet. In order to save her son's life, Ana embarks on a quest to find a powerful stone from the Zone of Silence, located in Mexico. Someone finds out the...

Genres
Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director
Lorena Villarreal
Starring
Anna Cetti, Michel Chauvet, Novak Ricardo Cañamar, Shayne Coleman

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Lorena Villarreal
Writer Lorena Villarreal
Stars Anna Cetti, Michel Chauvet, Novak Ricardo Cañamar, Shayne Coleman
Country Mexico
Runtime 1 h 38 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 order to save her son's life, Ana embarks on a quest to find a powerful stone from the Zone of Silence, located in Mexico. Someone finds out the power the stone possesses and believes it is a power worth killing for.

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Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 21:58

The film opens with an old, adult man named Sanjay (Hussein Khan) taking his son on a walk in the countryside, and ends with him as a heartbroken father. The father and son, who is now an adult, spend the rest of the film talking through a phone in the woods. The son talks about a nice place in the city, and the father talks about how much he hates it, and how he hates his job. The son never seems to have any idea of what he wants, and never seems to have any idea of who he is talking to. The father, on the other hand, seems to have a lot of insight into his son's life. He knows what he likes, and his wife seems to understand him better than he does. He also knows what he doesn't like, and he seems to have some understanding of what his wife does and doesn't like. I think the father is really a good character, but the son is an interesting character. He's a very thoughtful guy, but has some tragic flaws. In my opinion, the son could have been the real hero of the film. I don't think that the father was meant to be the hero, but perhaps the son was meant to be the hero. He does a lot of things that the father never would, and the father is a very serious person who always thinks about the future, and doesn't want to mess it up for the son. The father always seems to know how to talk to his son and explain things, and he seems to be the one who helps the son learn how to cope with his life. When he first meets the son, he tells him the story of the end of the world, and he tries to explain to the son that the world will end, and that it's better to do things the way he wants to do them, and to have a job, and not to worry about what he will do when the world ends. The son is fascinated by this story, and does all kinds of weird things. He gets a new pair of shoes and a new car, and he even makes a completely different outfit, just to prove to his father that he's a cool kid. He even manages to do a very neat job in making his house look like a hotel, but he gets arrested for arson and gets sent to prison. The father is upset, and decides to send the son away to work in the city, and he seems to be upset too. He doesn't even get the chance to see his son. The son is sent away to the biggest city in India, and the father feels so much better, and finally he feels like he understands his son. The son has been given a car, and is going to get a job, and he is getting very good at being a guy, and the father finally seems to have understood him.
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 01:22

It's very interesting to see the difference between the Swedish and the American approaches to films. In the Swedish film-making, the camera doesn't always stay on the main character. Instead, it is used to highlight the great mood of the film. The camera focuses on people's faces, their thoughts, their emotions. For example, the camera is used in the beginning to show a struggle between a man and a girl in a forest. The camera stays on the face of the man, and the camera doesn't leave his face. Instead, the camera stays on the girl's face, showing her silent, cold and small reactions. The camera remains on her face until she suddenly looks at the camera, and shows her wide, emotionless and empty face. The film-maker takes advantage of this effect, and creates a moment when we are not sure whether the film is about the man or the girl. In other words, the camera remains on the face of the girl until the film turns into a fairy-tale. And this is exactly what the American film-makers do, too. If you want to see how good an American movie-maker is at depicting a Swedish film, see "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo". The movie is a perfect example of how an American film-maker can do a great job of capturing the atmosphere of a Swedish film, and how the Swedish film-maker is very good at depicting the atmosphere of the American film-makers. If you want to see how good a Swedish film-maker is at depicting an American movie, see "The Girl Who Played with Fire".


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