Le Silence de la Mer

Le Silence de la Mer

In a small town in occupied France in 1941, the German officer, Werner Von Ebrennac is billeted in the house of the uncle and his niece. The uncle and niece refuse to speak to him, but each evening the officer warms himself by the fire and talks of his country, his music, and his idealistic views of the relationship between France and Germany. That is, until he visits Paris and discovers what is really going on ...

In a small town in occupied France in 1941, the German officer, Werner Von Ebrennac is billeted in the house of the uncle and his niece. The uncle and niece refuse to speak to him, but each... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kev R (es) wrote: Really enjoyed this movie! It had a heart and you felt for the characters. Felt quite moved in a few places in the story. Absolutely fantastic cast. You really didn't know how it was all going to turn out. Very compelling viewing - recommended!!

Katherine W (ru) wrote: The drool is still drying on my couch where I fell asleep. Helen Mirren may have captured the character of the queen, but it is to the detriment of the viewer.

Johan C (mx) wrote: Kinda good, kinda funny, got some really funny stuff but it is not awesome

Johnathon W (jp) wrote: Fun Christmas movie that, while has aged a bit, still makes a nice addition to the holiday movie rotation. While Macauly Culkin never saw his career take off as an adult, he did make an appealing child lead and you enjoy his antics for the most part. He gets two great villains in Joe Pesci & Daniel Stern, whose comic reactions deliver most of the films laughs. Behind the camera, director Chris Columbus keeps the action moving while making great use of John Hughes's script, which slips in some pointed comments on the holidays with families. Plus, John Williams delivers on of his best scores and should be must in every Christmas music rotation. The main appeal of the movie is the brilliant third act, in which Keven body traps his house against the burglars, resulting in some classic physical comedy. Whether it be a blow torch to the head or nail through the foot, you'll be laughing from beginning to the end, thanks in large part to Pesci & Stern's superb physical reactions (the look on Stern's face when the tarantula is placed on him never gets old). Overall, not a perfect film but a fun one, especially around Christmas.

Andy S (br) wrote: i have been desperately wanting to see this movie for years.1. Jonathan Kaplan is one of the most underrated filmmakers in history. and he's awesome.2. Trucksploitation is unfuckwithable.3. SLIM. EFFING. PICKENS.

Al P (kr) wrote: Should i dye my hair?

Greg D (kr) wrote: More honest about sex than the usual rom com help elevate it. But typical rom com cliche drags it back down

The Critic (kr) wrote: A chilling piece, based on a true story, made all the more effective by a creepy turn from Richard Attenborough as serial killer John Christie and, even more so, John Hurt's empathetic performance as the naive Timothy Evans. Not the sucker-punch one would expect considering the source material, but a competent, worthwhile production nonetheless.