Regardless of its quiet nature, the film was able to grip all its viewer’s attention until the end, with dialogues in not more than one single sheet of paper.
“A Quiet Place” holds the beauty of having a responsibility towards your family even in the most extreme conditions which here is portrayed as a post-apocalyptic world where some species of aliens with super hearing abilities and virtually indestructible shells invaded and cleared almost all the population of the earth.
The movie begins with shattering all of our hearts by showing the youngest son of the Abbott family getting killed by one of the monsters for simply being curious and playing with a toy plane who’s sound caught the attention of monsters. This showed us what the people were dealing with.
Almost a year after the invasion and death of the child we see Evelyn Abbott (Emily Blunt) is pregnant with another child due for birth. Regan Abbott (Millicent Simmonds), Lee and Evelyn’s deaf daughter, plays an important role in the film where she is the one discovering her dad’s invention and a way of killing the indestructible monsters. As a conclusion, the greatest power of the monsters became the most vulnerable weakness too, SOUND!
Director John Krasinski on the casting of Simmonds said he did not want a non-deaf actress pretending to be deaf, he did this to understand and counter the situations on-set, which is easily seen in the film as the near-perfect performances given by the small yet great cast.
With a whopping rating of 95% on Rotten Tomatoes “A Quiet Place” is a must watch for movie enthusiasts around the world.
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