Silence Trailer & Clips


Silence full movie is released on Jan 13, 2017. Watch Silence online - the Latin Drama movie from Japan , which has achieved a worldwide gross of $23,834,809. Silence is directed by Martin Scorsese and created by Jay Cocks with Andrew Garfield and Adam Driver.

Intent on investigating the truth behind Father Cristovão Ferreira's abrupt end of correspondence, the devout Portuguese Catholic priests, Sebastião Rodrigues and Francisco Garupe, set off to Japan, in 1633. In great disbelief, as the rumours of Ferreira's apostasy still echo in their minds, the zealous Jesuit missionaries try to locate their mentor, amid the bloodshed of the violent anti-Christian purges. Under those circumstances, the two men and the Japanese guide, Kichijiro, arrive in Japan, only to witness firsthand the unbearable burden of those who have a different belief in a land founded on tradition. Now--as the powerful Grand Inquisitor, Inoue, performs hideous tortures on the brave Japanese Christians--Father Rodrigues will soon have to put his faith to the ultimate test: renounce it in exchange for the prisoners' lives. There, in the ends of the world, a subtle change has begun; however, why is God's silence so deafening?

As know as:

Tyla, Mlčení, Shtika, Мовчання, Tišina

Release Date:

Jan 13, 2017

Release Date (Streaming):

Mar 28, 2017


Japan, United States, United Kingdom, Taiwan, Mexico


Latin, English, Japanese

Stream Service:

Paramount Pictures

Production Companies:

SharpSword Films, AI-Film, CatchPlay

Official Site:

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Gross worldwide:



Sometimes silence is the deadliest sound.


Wenlei Ma
While it is certainly more like an endurance race than a stroll through the park, there is something redeeming in its cinematic beauty.
by rottentomatoes, Feb 15, 2017
Claudia Puig
The Asahi Shimbun GLOBE (Japan)
While the craftsmanship is undeniable and the themes of spiritual belief, betrayal and redemption are laudable, the film feels flat and not as emotional or moving as it should be.
by rottentomatoes, Feb 02, 2017
Amy Nicholson
Scorsese doesn't glorify martyrdom, and he doesn't even hate the killers. He makes death as blunt and dull and useless as a snapped pencil. The point is that there is no point.
by rottentomatoes, Jan 13, 2017

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