A widow's forgiveness. A killer's remorse. Bond of Silence is the true life story of a shocking murder and the amazing bond that came from it. Katy and Bob live a perfect life in a small close knit town. He's a respected lawyer, a renowned tri-athlete. She just had twins. It is New Year's Eve. Teens converge on the house next door. Always the good neighbor, Bob goes to shut it down. A confrontation occurs. Then he's dead. No teen comes forward. The media pours in. Headlines scream. Katy hunts for answers. But no one talks. A bond of silence covers the town. The police do an undercover sting and someone's caught. Ryan, a popular kid, tries to be cool, but the burden of what he did that night is unbelievable. Ryan and his attorney want to plead not guilty, but then Katy and Ryan meet. Where Katy should be a grieving wife, she becomes a supportive mother. Rather than berating, she listens. Rather than accusing..
Writer:Brian D. Young, Edithe Swensen, Teena Booth
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Al S (br) wrote: A dark, stylish, unique and chilling film noir at it`s best. A taunt, well-crafted and superb mystery thriller that takes back to the old school cop films of the 40`s and 50`s. A gripping, disturbingly compelling and first-rate edge of your seat thriller. Clint Eastwood gives one of his finest performances ever.
Kathie E (it) wrote: piece of crap...horrid writing,sucky plot,waste of film
Ellie L (gb) wrote: confusing at first. not your typical straightforward film but as it progressed so did the story and things started to fall into place. watching the struggle and love was quite intense and well put together. loved the aftermath of the accident as they are bringing him in. in the mist of the everything it's nice to have a bit of comedy to lighten up the heaviness throughout the film.
Mohamed H (it) wrote: good starting to the holiday
Alex r (au) wrote: Effective and thrilling New Zealand horror film that has a very idea for its plot. This is among the better genre films that have come out from New Zealand in quite some time. The film has very good acting, a good plot, good effects and effective directing that keeps the material engaging despite it's slow pace. Director Paul Campion delivers a film that should appeal to diehard horror hounds and it is a fun, entertaining flick that has such effective, chilling moments that it is refreshing to see films like this to come out once in a while to remind horror fans that there are still great horror filmmakers out there making quality horror titles. The Devil's Rock is a must see film, and it delivers some great performances and has some awesome special effects which should please gore fans everywhere. Add to that, that director Campion uses his ideas as a message about the horrors of war and how no one wants to go through that. This is terrific filmmaking and one of the most memorable low-budget horror titles in quite some time. The Devil's Rock is a standout film that manages to overcome such imperfections such as budgetary constraints to create something that looks great on-screen and is a well constructed picture from start to finish. Expect something different, but very well done, and if you're tired of the same old remakes, this film may give you that entertaining factor that you want out of a horror film. This is not perfect, but it nonetheless manages to be a well made piece of low-budget horror cinema that is the best New Zealand horror film ever. A must see for genre fans.
Scott C (us) wrote: This thriller was all the rage back in the day. And, wow!... can't believe it was directed by Curtis Hanson!
Shok K (br) wrote: It could have been great! This makes it worse. It had potential.