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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...

Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Lorena Villarreal
Lorena Villarreal
Michel Chauvet, Novak Ricardo Cañamar, Anna Cetti, Shayne Coleman
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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.

Comments about drama «Silencio» (7)

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Carol Cox

On the face of it, The Preacher's Wife is a pretty straightforward thriller, which is a shame, because this film is about the complicated relationship between a man and his wife, which is much more complicated than the story would lead you to believe. This film is not perfect, but it is a well-made film, with some great performances. I was surprised to see the cinematography was done by Ang Lee, who has directed only one other film. He is well-suited to the subject matter of the film, and has crafted an interesting story with a solid script. On the other hand, the film is somewhat slow, and the climax was a little rushed. The film doesn't really have a very good ending, but overall, The Preacher's Wife is a good film, which is definitely not for everyone.

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The movie was well-directed. I'm not a big fan of Hollywood, but I really liked the movie. The story was great. I also think it was a good example of how to make a film in a non-traditional way. The movie does have a few flaws, though, the main one being the editing. The movie sometimes jumps around, but for the most part it is good. Another problem I had with the movie was that some of the dialogue was forced. For example, the guy who gets the doll and kills the mother. I mean, if the guy is not supposed to kill the mother, the guy should have said something like, "It was a mistake." The movie also had a few flaws in the acting. There were a few instances where the actors were just playing the lines as they were spoken, and I don't think that the people that did it really did it well. Overall, I liked the movie, and I think it was well-done. I definitely recommend it.

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Sandra Howard

The thought of a young and vibrant actress being abducted by a weird man and his creepy family seems like an intriguing premise, yet it's the film's handling of the material that is so unbelievably over-the-top that it actually makes you cringe. Or maybe I just can't get over the fact that Mariel Hemingway (Julian Sands) is not a young woman at all, but a sixty-five-year-old who's one-quarter Chinese. When we first meet her, she's standing in the middle of the street with her hands behind her head in a strange gesture that leaves no doubt that she's not at all beautiful. I was already curious to know how Hemingway would be able to sustain a physical beauty for so long. She's more like a statue than a real woman. Then, she suddenly appears in a rather disorienting way with her hands in the air, which could have been taken as a sign that she's suddenly come back from the dead, but instead is totally unexpected. Then, she suddenly appears at the end of a "rehearsal" of a "naked-kill" with a gun. The killer's name is Kevin Bacon, and I found it ironic that this would be the same person who called the woman's father a "dumb ass" for not believing his daughter, and the next day offered his condolences and apologized for the language incident. Still, I couldn't help but feel bad for the daughter who's kidnapped. The other director, David Cronenberg, did a great job of keeping the film at a respectable pace, but the plot is so far out of whack that I felt as though I was watching an animation. When the real story comes into play, the film feels almost like it was just thrown together in an attempt to bring the film's plot to an acceptable length. In fact, the film's plot is so convoluted that I couldn't really get into it. The first half of the film is almost silent, and I couldn't tell what was going on. The second half is about as "filler" as you can get, with the family showing up in a variety of odd circumstances. I couldn't tell what was happening with the missing girl, and the character who was supposedly Julia Roberts' cousin, was the only one who seemed to have any depth. While it's not a bad film by any means, I really felt as though I was just thrown into this world of a bizarre family. I suppose it's possible to enjoy this film if you've never seen it, but for someone who has seen it, I can't say I recommend it.

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Vincent G.

I was intrigued by the story of a young woman who loses her husband in a car accident and then finds out that he was involved in the death of her son. The acting is superb, especially by the young girl and the mother. The story is also well written. There is no real character development and the movie is a bit slow moving. It is a good movie to see with the family but it could have been better.

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The one thing that kept this film from becoming a true classic was the casting. Nothing about this film was original. You can tell right away from the first scene that the acting was subpar and not really memorable. It was just a "cute kid" and a "cute girl" and some action. For the most part, this is the kind of film you'd watch on a Sunday afternoon on your boring old TV, not when you're in the mood for a good thriller. The direction by F. Gary Gray was absolutely dreadful. The action scenes were very bland and the entire movie was shot in dark tones. The camera work was not sharp and the lighting was extremely bland. All of this would be a great reason to skip this movie. I don't have a problem with the way the director shot some of the scenes, I just found it to be extremely boring and uninspired. I also found the character development to be really weak. The main character, who is played by Michael Chiklis, is one of the most unappealing actors I have ever seen. His dialogue was annoying, and he just seemed to be acting out a play from memory. The guy just never has any charm, and I could not help but feel sorry for him. The last time I saw him was in the 2005 film "Funny Games". He has since done a couple of movies and one of them was the Oscar-nominated "Doubt". I would highly recommend this film to anyone who likes a good thriller or if you just want to relax and have a nice movie to watch on a Sunday afternoon. I give it a B-.

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Andrew M.

A good thriller that should be enjoyed for its ability to make the viewer think about the truth of what is going on in a society. The film follows the story of a young man, Vincent, who works in a factory in a middle class neighborhood. Vincent is a quiet man, but when he sees a young woman walking through the factory with a man, Vincent decides to help her. He then is accused of murder, and is sent to prison for a long time. Vincent is a very intelligent man, but he is also very trusting. He does not want to believe what he is accused of, but he has to live with the guilt. The film shows the way that society works in the United States, and how people try to cover up the truth. Vincent is a man who believes in what he is accused of, but he does not want to believe the truth. The film is very well done, and it makes you think about the truth of what is going on in society.

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Rachel P.

The movie itself is a fairly good thriller, with a few twists and turns. The ending is a bit of a letdown, but the movie is good overall. It is worth watching.