In order to save her son's life, Ana embarks on a quest to find a powerful stone from the Zone of Silence, located in Mexico. Someone finds out the power the stone possesses and believes it is a power worth killing for.
Two Jesuit priests travel to seventeenth century Japan which has, under the Tokugawa shogunate, banned Catholicism and almost all foreign contact.
Trees, the sea, megaliths, an iron bridge, a feminine figure filmed at the dying of the day.
Two Jesuit priests encounter persecution when they travel to Japan in the 17th century to spread Christianity and search for their mentor.
After being a victim of rape within their own home, Diana chooses to keep the trauma secret. Mario, her husband, also has something to hide. The silence takes the couple's account over the day turns gradually into a peculiar form of violence.
Winter, 1944. Lucía at 21 returns to her small village in the mountains. She again meets Manuel, a young iron-smith who helps "those in the mountain", the "maquis", the anti-Franco resistance. Lucía is attracted to Manual, because of his smile and the bravery of those men who continue fighting for their ideas, even at the cost of their own lives. When Manuel is pursued (by Franco's Civil Guard) he flees to the mountain and Lucía discovers the reality of political repression, the silence, the horror and fear.
Ana, wants her brother Andres to forgive her father, after years of distance. She must deal over and over again with all the situations that affect her dysfunctional family, while in silence, her own children coexist with abortion, drugs and indifference. Three conflicts over lack of communication and an unexpected end.
A seven year old boy travels in Mexico with his mother, an addict to pain-killers who is unable to care for him and is hoping to persuade his dead father's family to take him off her hands. Emotionally alienated, the boy wanders around a hotel, taking refuge in his haunted imagination.
A soundman goes in search of that rarest of sounds - silence.
A meeting of glances, hands that move away wanting to approach, conversations that denote the will of the night extend to a more intimate contact, a boy and a girl. They are young and beautiful. She has a sense of humor, he knows how to seduce. She leads the conversation lightly, but it makes her tense. Both show the same interest, but inside the intentions diverge.
In "An Amish Murder", the peaceful Amish farming community of Painter’s Mill, Ohio, is shattered when a series of brutal murders leaves the town with a sense of frailty and loss of innocence. Among the most affected by the tragedy was Kate Burkholder (Campbell), a young girl who survived the terror and, as a result, left the Amish life behind. Fifteen years later, Kate returns to Painter’s Mill as its Chief of Police. Certain she’s come to terms with her past, Kate’s renewed life in her hometown is shattered when a murder investigation triggers deep-seated emotions from her childhood and exposes a dark secret that could destroy her.
Traveling through an unnamed European country on the brink of war, sickly, intellectual Ester, her sister Anna and Anna's young son, Johan, check into a near-empty hotel. A basic inability to communicate among the three seems only to worsen during their stay. Anna provokes her sister by enjoying a dalliance with a local man, while the boy, left to himself, has a series of enigmatic encounters that heighten the growing air of isolation.
In 1943, during the midst of World War II, a serial murderer appears in the Blue Division, volunteer body of Spanish soldiers who fought on the Russian front with German troops. After finding the body of a Spanish soldier who has been stuck in the shoulder and has a knife inscription ("Look at God looking at you"), an investigation is initiated by the soldier in charge Arturo Andrade, police inspector who takes the job with precision and professionalism, aided by Sergeant Estrada. They begin to suspect that behind this murder dark secrets of the past are hidden .
A Chicago cop is caught in a middle of a gang war while his own comrades shun him because he wants to take an irresponsible cop down.
Oriol and Yolanda live in Paris with their two daughters. During a vacation they suffer a car accident that will change their lives.
Romantic melodrama where a young husband is diagnosed as suffering from the terrible disease of leprosy. In his anguish, he decides to leave home. A student consoles and woos the desolate wife. But a mistake is discovered.
Amor En Silencio is a Mexican telenovela, produced and broadcast by Televisa in 1989. The telenovela, which starred Erika Buenfil and Omar Fierro in the lead roles, is most remembered for its shocking scene in which the main heroine, Marisela and her fiancé Fernando are shot to death at their wedding by Fernando's lunatic sister, Mercedes. The infamous scene aired on a Friday night, and left the TV spectators in suspense until the following Monday episode aired. The theme song for the novela was "Amor en Silencio" by Dulce.
The Diamantes are a clasic mid class family from Buenos Aires. There's Miguel (Suiar), his wife Elisa (Diaz) and their three children: Lara (19yo), Tobi (18) and Mia (15). Their lives are quiet and peaceful, however everything is going to change when they meet Fabiana (Bertotti).
Filip and Horia are two teenagers who seem like two usual friends, but after they spend the night in Horia's cabin, they discover their mutual attraction and they engage in an affair. After a car stops by the cabin, the two realize that they've become witnesses to a multiple homicide. Being afraid that by confessing, their relationshop will surface, the two choose to remain silent, but their secret will become harder and harder to keep and they'll find themselves in a frightening series of events.