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The Quiet

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The movie focuses on a deaf-mute teenage girl, Dot who goes to live with her godparents and their daughter, where she slowly learns the disturbing secrets of the family, primarily concerning their teenage daughter, Nina.
96 min
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Cinema Crazed
A hilariously bad and utterly ridiculous piece of melodrama touted as a thriller.
April 29, 2009
San Francisco Chronicle
A creepy family drama that reeks of pretentiousness.
September 01, 2006
Film Journal International
Illustrate[s], once and for all, that it's possible for a film to be soooo slow and ponderous it can appear, at times, to come to a dead stop.
March 01, 2007
The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
The fatalistic woe becomes an indie film mockery. It's truly adolescent.
March 15, 2007
Reno Gazette-Journal
Starts with an overwritten voice-over and ends with events so baffling as to seem satirical.
October 09, 2006
The film's producers would like us to keep this quiet... this is supposed to be a thriller, but the only time we were thrilled was when it was over.
December 02, 2006
Seattle Times
Bordering on camp and loaded with lesbian undertones, this wretched drama plays like a high-school horror flick that trades monsters and mayhem for an overdose of force-fed cruelty.
September 01, 2006
Atlanta Journal-Constitution
In retrospect, it is Belle who manages to acquit herself best with a role that never quite makes sense, but affords her some expressive, silent sequences. Surely she will find other film work and then quietly drop The Quiet from her biography.
September 23, 2006
Washington Post
Rather than an indictment of depravity, the movie quickly becomes a particularly cynical example of it.
September 01, 2006
Toronto Star
The exposition is so heavy-handed, the producers might just as well distribute a printed handout to hapless ticket buyers.
September 01, 2006