Another Silence

Another Silence

Marie is a Toronto police officer. One evening, her husband Joshua and their son Nicky are brutally murdered in their car. Marie quickly links Pablo Molina, an Argentinian drug trafficker who she'd arrested a few months earlier, with the crime. In despair, Marie heads to Argentina on the tracks of the killer. A journey of revenge and a journey to come to terms with her loss.

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Another Silence torrent reviews

Karina D (it) wrote: because I love moshi,........ and we can do it boopboop!

Jordan R M (es) wrote: Nothing spectacular...reasonable made for TV historical film

noel f (mx) wrote: **I was expecting more prison scenes not just sword fighting, kung fu camera all over the place thing... not good for me...

Hytham E (es) wrote: a very unusual drama!

Zechariah B (br) wrote: another movie i remember

Private U (jp) wrote: awesome family movie!

Stephanie F (es) wrote: A lot of fun-Fred's numbers were cool, Jane's solos somewhat boring. It's always nice to see Lawford but I must admit I wasn't a fan of Churchill. And the Wynn as twin brothers thing was odd!

Film C (us) wrote: Well although the first Johnny English wasnt a hit with the critics it was still amusing enough to entertain me and make me personally enjoy the movie, however this sequel is just absolutely terrrible! The title Reborn suggests that the agent is going to be bigger, funnier, more stupid and much more entertaining however it failed in every single way possible! This movie isn't even remotely as funny as the first and although i had a smile on my face in a couple of scenes the laughs were far and few between one another and they werent funny enough to make me laugh out loud!

Matt C (us) wrote: Wes Anderson's second film and a delightful tale about a slightly sociopathic schoolboy Max Fischer and his rivalry/friendship with multi-millionare Herman Blume (Bill Murray) as they compete for the hand of the beautiful Rosemary Cross (Olivia Williams). In a sense both the guys end up maturing in different ways. Great script, performances and soundtrack, and some foretastes of Anderson's later eccentricities (and an apparent obsession with fish and Jacques Costeau).