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Frozen Silence (2011)

Silencio en la nieve (original title)
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How do you find a murderer amidst the chaos, death and destruction of the Second World War? On the Russian Front in the harsh winter of 1943, a series of bodies, hideously mutilated and ... See full summary »


Gerardo Herrero


Nicolás Saad (adaptation), Ignacio del Valle (novel)
3 nominations. See more awards »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Juan Diego Botto ... Arturo Andrade
Carmelo Gómez ... Sargento Espinosa
Víctor Clavijo ... Estrada
Jordi Aguilar ... Cabo Aparicio
Gabriele Malinauskaite Gabriele Malinauskaite ... Zira
Sergi Calleja Sergi Calleja ... Tiroliro
Rafa Castejón Rafa Castejón ... Isart
Francesc Orella ... Reyes Zarauza
Jorge de Juan ... Paramio
Carlos Blanco Carlos Blanco ... Pater Ramón
Javier Mejía Javier Mejía ... Capitán Larios
Deividas Balinskis Deividas Balinskis ... Aleksander
Manu Hernández Manu Hernández ... Pablito
Toni Hernández Toni Hernández ... Servando
Adolfo Fernández Adolfo Fernández ... Navajas del Río


How do you find a murderer amidst the chaos, death and destruction of the Second World War? On the Russian Front in the harsh winter of 1943, a series of bodies, hideously mutilated and carved with bizarre symbols and messages, are discovered. Arturo, a world-weary police inspector, now serving his country in the brutal regime of the military, makes it his personal mission to track down the killer, a cunning, vicious entity seemingly intent on making known a diabolical master plan, one that may lead to the very top of the chain of command, threatening the very direction of the war. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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long, dreary and hollow screenplay with a dead pace
18 May 2012 | by rightwingisevilSee all my reviews

this movie has brought me to a teary sleeping stage with constant big yawns one after another. the shooting is not bad, the casting, okay, the directing, well, shall i say, quite dead-beat due to a lousy and loosely knitted screenplay. the plot is not quite interesting either. those Spanish soldiers wearing nazi German's uniforms, all looked too new and too clean, a sharp contrast to the arranged wounded treatment condition. the dialog is also very boring with lot of unnecessary conversations among those soldiers. there lacks any tension during the east front invasion. soldiers didn't look like in a war but a walk in the park. still got time and morale in gambling, drinking, fornicating with the Russian local females who looked more urban instead of peasant-like, all wearing nice and clean dresses, while those Russian people exposed in the open wearing rustically, shabby and poorly, so contrast to those young Russian women came on the horse wagon for the free chow and ride by the Spanish soldiers. there seems to have endless mistakenly arranged fake scenes that mindlessly exposed the incapable knowledge of how to shoot a no-big-deal murder mystery during the harsh winter of the Russian front. by blindly and generously praising the courage to expose the involvement of the Spanish army jointed forces with the nazi German military forces to invade Russia did not deserve my compliment at all, because i am judging whether a movie is good or bad by only concentrating on the movie itself instead of the historical facts or the courage of showing such true involvement.

this is an overly ballooned, overly exaggerated movie just like a senior's enlarged prostate that constantly giving you peeing pressure but when you visit the restroom and standing in front of the urinal, all you got is couple of drops instead of torrent. this movie never gave you any thrilling or suspenseful feelings but false hope of expectation through out the whole playing time. just a hollow script carried out by a incapable director. what a disappointment.

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Release Date:

20 January 2012 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

El rostro del asesino See more »


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EUR1,380,000 (estimated)

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