Silent Waters

Silent Waters

Ayesha is a widow with a secret past, living with her beloved son Saleem in a small town in Pakistan close to the Indian border. When the fires of Islamic nationalism invade their tranquil lives, Saleem and a few of the town's other young men are soon gripped by a religious fervour, and they attempt to bring radical Islamic law to their friends and neighbours. After a group of Sikh pilgrims arrive in town, tensions reach boiling point as Ayesha's haunted past comes rushing back.

1979. A village in Pakistan. A widow sees her 17 years old son being attracted to Islamist militants. It brings her past back... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Silent Waters torrent reviews

Cody L (br) wrote: Fairly entertaining. Nice cast.

Brett B (kr) wrote: The two leads give terrific understated performances of parents searching for their missing children in London after the terrorist attack of 2005. The film leads you into wondering whether they are victims, the perpetuators or in fact just out of town. The real plot line is the awkward relationship between the leads and how this develops. Recommended.

Phil P (gb) wrote: This is good. It wont win any awards but its a feel good funny movie.

Jeff B (jp) wrote: Silly, but entertaining. Good tunes.

Ian A (gb) wrote: I wanted this movie to be so much better. The idea, characters and acting are all good, if not great. It's the story. Perhaps there is a lot more to this movie that hit the cutting room floor. Lot's of holes and a weak build up to what could have been a decent ending. Whoever wrote this didn't create any attachment to these characters, and is held up only by the actors doing the best with a weak story.

Kelly B (gb) wrote: Awful "Hair" rip-off. Hated everything about it.

Bill N (ag) wrote: good! formulaic, but good.

Rochelle H (jp) wrote: So sweet & fun! Sure, Martin Short isn't an Oscar nominated actor, but he's endearing. I LOVE NICK NOLTE.

Tsubaki S (gb) wrote: Early stuff from Woo, already showing the themes common in his future films, friendship and loyalty. Five Venoms star Wei Bai (the snake) plays the main lead while Damian Lau plays a cool drinking swordsman.The second half stretches a bit too much, and the fights seems to get too redundant. Still, a very decent option for any HK aficionado.

Mike B (ag) wrote: Seminally important film that should be viewed by every human being.

Loyal D (es) wrote: This movie was very weird and strange and in Chinese, but it was pretty good none the less. It was over the top and had some humor and some kung fu. I'm not a huge fan of the kung fu genre, but it was pretty awesome but will seem too weird for most. The director did a nice job behind the camera and it was entertaining to say the least!

Ben C (jp) wrote: Just awful people. You're kind of hoping this is the Krampus movie for the first half, but nothing gets killed here, except the viewer's will to live.