A Silent Love (2004)
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as Norman Green
as Sushi Chef
as Joyce Phelps
as Hair Dresser
as Sushi Bar Waitress/Niece
as Student #1
as Waitress' Boyfriend
Critic Reviews for A Silent Love
Director Federico Hidalgo moves the film at a thoughtful pace and refuses to impose a tidy prefabricated conclusion on his story of marriage and misunderstanding.
Its charms sneak up on you because of the nuanced performances of Burton, Bauche and particularly Salazar as their characters discover that what people think they want and what ultimately makes them happy aren't necessarily the same thing.
They're vibrant individuals with minds of their own, which is another way of saying that they only occasionally obey the dictates of Hollywood romantic-comedy convention.
[An] intelligent, understated, humanistic film.
This story of a shy Canadian professor who weds a younger Mexican woman he has met online is not content to be a feel-good intercultural idyll.
A Silent Love manages to entertain while saying something about loneliness and culture shock.
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