Directed by Martin Scorsese based on a 60s novel which tells about the two Jesuit Priests.
The film is well received by critics all over. Here’s what critics have to say about Silence.
An adaptation of a Japanese novel of the same name, the central theme of ‘Silence’ is the exploration of faith — a personal experience unique to each individual. It’s of no surprise then, that it will prove to be a different outing for each viewer.
Times Of India – (4/5). read full review here.
There are no simple answers to this, and perhaps that is why Scorsese is still making movies. Were he to find his answer, he would have nothing to say, no questions to ask, no dreams to chase.
Hindustan Times – (5/5). read full review here.
Ultimately ‘Silence’ remains a powerful film – one that deserves tremendous patience and understanding. You need to keep your faith in Scorsese’s abilities if you want to enjoy this one!
Mid-day – (3.5/5). read full review here.
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