As I mentioned this week previously the movie The Silence Of The Lambs, I figured it would be nice if I would also make a review on it ;)
"Plum Island Animal Disease Research Center." Sounds charming.
That's only a part of the island. There's a very, very nice beach. Terns nest there. There's beautiful...
[cuts her off]
Terns? Mmh. If I help you, Clarice, it will be "turns" with us too. Quid
pro quo. I tell you things, you tell me things. Not about this case,
though. About yourself. Quid pro quo. Yes or no?
Yes or no, Clarice? Poor little Catherine is waiting.
Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins won Oscars for best actress and actor
(the movie also won for best picture, for Demme's direction and Ted
Talley's screenplay, and was nominated for editing and sound). It is
remarkable that the Academy would remember, let alone single out, a film
released 13 months before the Oscarcast; it usually votes for films
that are still in theaters, or new on video. But “Silence” was so
clearly one of a kind that it could not be ignored.
I dunno why but somehow Hannibal, even though a criminal and a paria of the society, seems very appealing to the audience. After all, is he not the one who helps Clarice save the day and catch the criminal and save the imprisoned girl?!
I recommend this movie but you must promise me not to watch it with youngsters as they will raise 100 questions during the movie + it involves nudity + it involves violence + children may dream about this and have maybe nightmares and weird ideas after this...
P.S. The Music is done by no other than Howard Shore whom you might have known from "Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)" ;)
The Movie Fan LadyBug :)