Voice of Silence (2020) 1080p

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Genres:
Crime | Drama
Resolution:
1920*1040
Size:
1.83G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
Korean 5.1  
Run Time:
99 min
IMDB Rating:
6.5 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
118
Seeds:
37
Peers:
2
Directors: EuiJeong Hong [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Two men work for a criminal organization to clean up the after-math messes. One day, they receive an unexpected order.

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Reviews

Amazing dark comedy

This was quite surprising, one of the best dark comedies I've seen in a long time. Great actors especially the little girl.The story is simple brilliant.

You cannot have the best of the both worlds.

There are many ways to categorize the movies. I sometimes divide movies into two: one which builds up the story & tension dynamically and another which focuses on characters' emotion at certain event and gives message. If the director succeeds in either one of the two, he or she can make a fabulous movie. If the director grasps both aspects, the movie achieves the level of masterpiece.

'Voice of Silence' is mediocre because the story is never fully developed and it is hard to figure out what the movie is trying to say. Interesting topic that a guy who digs up the dead body happens to be a kidnapper. It is a good start. However, the whole movie is at sea, floating around, never diving deep in the water. It seems like the director wants to highlight characters' emotions and breaks traditional storyline. However, without solid storyline, this inventive try of breaking the stereotype is no use. It looks rather pretentious and empty.

Some scenes are out of line. People killing the victim and all the blood.. well it's permissible in the movie. However, killing a person in front of a kid, carrying the dead body in front of her, AND she being okay with it such as helping a guy picking up the blood-stained tissue and as drawing a flower out of dead person's blood is beyond horror, almost inhumane. Very disturbing and distorted directing.

Strong message driven scents vibes as same as Burning (2018)

Ok so this is a kind of movie which doesn't specifically fits into any genre, it has the vibes of burning in second half and the first half was slow paced dark humor.The story was nothing out of ordinary but when the first half started it felt as if it has to be 10/10 but there was a lot of loose ends and talking about the ending the film isn't about the character development but it completely depends upon the audience point of view and it plays with it towards the end.If you aren't a fan of slow burning, slow paced, dark humor then this movie isn't for you.And cheers to Yoo Ah-in for perfectly portraying his role.
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