Le Silence de la Mer


Watch Le Silence de la Mer (1949)

1941 In a small town in France occupied by the Nazis. Against the will of an older man and his niece, the Nazis ordered one of their officers, Lieutenant Werner von Ebrennac, to live at home as long as he remained in Nazi activity. As a symbolic and literal silent protest against the Nazis and the officer, the uncle and niece do everything they are required to do while the officer is in their house, but they do not recognize his presence and live in great silence when he is in the Is close. The official treats the living situation carefully as if he were a guest. Although this does not happen at night, the officer hesitates to start the evening routine: in plain clothes he knocks on the door of the room in which they have gathered for the evening and soon enters. He knows that there is no confirmation that he can go in and visits them no more than five minutes earlier. I will offer them a good evening if he leaves. During this ...... Show more

Definitely movie from my personal top 10 of best movies ever. I really recommend to see and put Le Silence de la Mer on the list of the best films, because Le Silence de la Mer certainly deserve it. Le Silence de la Mer is a great movie and there is no doubt. At all, Drama can boast of one of the biggest numbers of good movies. The direction is sublime. Excellent photos, tempo and editing. The whole movie is still very relaxing and motivating. It's a movie for everyone, I'm sure you'll like it after watching.... Show more

Release: 1949
Duration: 87 min
IMDb Rating: 7.6