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Silence, ça tue! (2008)

A young director disgusted by the financing system of the movie industry decides to shoot a feature movie made from live scenes without any financial support in order to denounce the ... See full summary »

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Nicolas Anseroul ...
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Wanty Christian ...
Doctor Wanty
Michelet Christophe ...
Michel
Yanik Denis ...
Taximan
François Huntzinger ...
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Reymen Jo ...
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Christophe Lamot ...
Chris
Christophe Mortier ...
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Pierre Nisse ...
Hervé
Aldo Palucci ...
Aldo
Yvette Van de Velde ...
Chris'Mother
Kevin Van Nuffel ...
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A young director disgusted by the financing system of the movie industry decides to shoot a feature movie made from live scenes without any financial support in order to denounce the difficulties to achieve a cinematographic project in Belgium. The rivalries between the cast members, the excesses and the frustrations will slowly lead him to a surrealistic disaster. Written by Yanik Denis _UPDATED_

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21 August 2008 (USA)  »

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Silence, We Are Shooting!  »

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You might just catch it before the hype machine takes over !
29 September 2009 | by See all my reviews

Silence Ca Tue AKA "Silence We Are Shooting!", is a film that shares its place in cinema alongside the likes of both Very Bad Things as well as Man Bites Dog. For its content and direction as much as the comedy and humor, which is of the absolute most pitch black variety.

I think most cult film fans and horror aficionados are going to be able to get behind. Even though at this point the faux-documentary format has really been taking off, Silence Ca Tue delivers enough originality that it certainly warrants a viewing. The mix of dark comedy and witty banter between the characters gives it another edge ahead of the rest. Certainly not a perfect film by all means, it has its issues in terms of logic and is a little short, but what a rush it is! Hopefully garnering a larger audience, as it deserves it, definitely keep your eye for this one because you might just catch it before the hype machine takes over.


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