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Silence

I’ve been a fan of Martin Scorsese Baby Driver movies for a long time. Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Goodfellas, The Aviator, Gangs of New York, The Last Waltz, Casino, are some of the most important films of the last forty years. The crime drama, The Departed (2007), was the main theme of one of the first comments I made on YouTube.

Scorsese’s Catholicism, though mitigated La La Land and in conflict, inspires most of his work. His most recent film, the long-awaited Silence, based on the homonymous novel by Shusaku Endo, is a worthy addition to his filmography. Like many of his other films, it is marked by magnificent cinematography, excellent performances by both main and minor actors, an exciting narrative and enough thematic complexity to keep you thinking about the foreseeable future.

The story takes place in the mid-seventeenth century Molly’s Game in Japan, where a fierce persecution of the Catholic faith is under way. Two young Jesuit priests (played by Adam Driver and Andrew Garfield), spiritual descendants of St. Francis Xavier, arrive in this dangerous country. They are sent to find Father Ferreira, his mentor and seminary professor who, according to the rumors, had apostatized under torture and, in fact, had gone to the other side.

Duration: 161 min

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IMDb: 7.2

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