《暴裂无声》(Wrath of Silence) , 2018年上映，导演忻钰坤，影片获第二届澳门国际影展评审团特别奖和最佳男主角奖。
JeffJeffersonJeffry’ : Fuggin loved it, the main character being a mute complimented the asian humor and great feel of the movie, some of the metaphors worked well and it was hella entertaining throughout.
Christopher Barkman : A thriller that tries to be as layered as it is compelling and doesn’t quite succeed at either. While it boasts a strong lead performance, some slick sound design (when its properly used) and curious allegories, this is an action film that feels too stagnant for its own good.
The Film Mufti : Ok story of mute man going up against gangsters to find his missing son. There’s a good story in there somewhere, but overlength, a plethora of plot strands, generic action sequences, and bad cgi keep this effort pretty unremarkable.
Cinema_Strikes : Strong performances all around, but the film often feels a little aimless – perhaps a tighter run-time would have made for a more satisfying experience. 整体
mattstechel :The man fights like a real brawler–at various points in the movie taking on multiple guys at once. (In one memorable scene he uses an office chair to take on a gang of guys) This of course gets him noticed by the higher ups, specifically the guy who wants to own all the coal mine
SnowboardJunkie : Director Yukun crafts a slow spine tingling thriller that reveals the boundless blackend heart of greed. One man, filled with rage, searches for his missing son. As his hunt escalates he must make choices which put him up on a collision course with gangsters. They themselves back tracking through the shadows of government scheming to further their own empire.
kardde98 : Father kicking ass tying to find his son. And I want hot pot now.
Justin Robert Vinall : A mystery surrounding the disappearance of his young son, a mute father tries to discover what happened but begins to unravel a far sinister move from a greedy Chinese mining business. “Wrath of Silence” points out great moments of tension and action but relies on plot points to carry through the story and characters motivations.
kbranoz : A competently filmed quest of a mute miner for his son. While there were some good cinematography, the script was often confusing for no reason or cliche. Hard to strongly recommend when there are so many stronger films in the same style out there to watch. 哑巴旷工
ozora : A nice bleak tale played out of the clash between rural and financial worlds in China, that sadly gets lost in the details. The director puts so much effort in laying out the pieces of his mistery, worrying so much to fit them togheter, that he doesn’t mind to do it by force, forgetting that the structure should support the story, not vice versa. And thus the story loses its impact. Too bad because both fascinating visuals and interesting, charismatic characters had succeeded in building an interesting menacing world.
CaliGula : While done in good faith, Wrath of Silence is hardly memorable.
Janet : Interesting thriller with a mountainous mining village as the backdrop. A local mute miner returns home after hearing that his son has gone missing. The film introduces us to several disparate characters, a rich businessman, a lawyer, and it is not obvious for some time how they are all connected. Corruption and illegal mining are at the heart of this. The actor playing the mute miner is Song Yang, a martial arts maestro, clearly illustrated in the fight scenes
Brad Hanson : It’s a whodunnit that lacks any real sense of intrigue. It’s overly long and the pay off feels overwrought. If you like realistic fight sequences where no-one can actually fight then this is for you!
slyman : Uncompromising Chinese fable let down by poor cgi in the final scene