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Silence (2016)

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Two Jesuit priests travel to seventeenth century Japan which has, under the Tokugawa shogunate, banned Catholicism and almost all foreign contact.

Director: Martin Scorsese
Writers: Jay Cocks, Martin Scorsese.

Release Date: 2016-12-22
Status: Released
Run time: 161 min / 2:41
Budget: $46,000,000
Revenue: $23,737,523
Production Companies : Waypoint Entertainment, Cappa Defina Productions, CatchPlay, Emmett Furla Oasis Films, Fábrica de Cine, SharpSword Films, Sikelia Productions
Production Countries: Mexico, Taiwan, United States of America
Release Date: 2016-12-22
Status: Released
Run time: 161 min / 2:41
Budget: $46,000,000
Revenue: $23,737,523

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Casts

Andrew Garfield
as Sebastião Rodrigues / Okada San'emon
Adam Driver
as Francisco Garupe
Tadanobu Asano
as Interpreter
Ciarán Hinds
as Alessandro Valignano
Liam Neeson
as Cristóvão Ferreira / Sawano Chūan
Shinya Tsukamoto
as Mokichi
Issei Ogata
as Inoue Masashige
Yoshi Oida
as Ichizo
Yosuke Kubozuka
as Kichijiro
Nana Komatsu
as Mónica / Haru
Ryo Kase
as João / Chokichi
Béla Baptiste
as Dieter Albrecht
Michié
as Tomogi Wife
Katsuo Nakamura
as Buddhist Priest
Motokatsu Suzuki
as Edo Guard
Yasushi Takada
as Doshin
Ten Miyazawa
as Carpenter
Kaoru Endô
as Unzen Samurai
Diego Calderón
as Prisoner Augustinian Friar
Shi Liang
as Chinese Businessman
Miho Harita
as Ichizo's Wife
Hairi Katagiri
as Tomogi Woman
Hiroko Isayama
as Tomogi Woman
Yutaka Mishima
as Goto Man
Yoriko Dôguchi
as Kichijiro Mother
Kansai Eto
as Old Goto Man
Shun Sugata
as Samurai Commander
Hako Ohshima
as Christian Prisoner
Hideki Nishioka
as Christian Prisoner
Nobuaki Fukuda
as Jeering Man
Munetaka Aoki
as Prison Guard
Tetsu Watanabe
as Prison Guard
Yoshihiro Takayama
as Large Man
Asuka Kurosawa
as Rodrigues' Wife
SABU
as Samurai #1

Crew

Writing Jay Cocks Screenplay
Writing Shûsaku Endô Novel
Writing Martin Scorsese Screenplay
Production Vittorio Cecchi Gori Producer
Production Barbara De Fina Producer
Production Randall Emmett Producer
Production Irwin Winkler Producer
Production Gaston Pavlovich Producer
Production Emma Tillinger Koskoff Producer
Editing Thelma Schoonmaker Editor
Art Dante Ferretti Production Design
Crew Ping-Wen Wang Production Office Assistant
Crew Alexander Eckert Production Office Assistant
Production Brandt Andersen Executive Producer
Production Len Blavatnik Executive Producer
Production Dale A. Brown Executive Producer
Production Stuart Ford Executive Producer
Production Ted Fox Executive Producer
Production George Furla Executive Producer
Production Manu Gargi Executive Producer
Production Wayne Marc Godfrey Executive Producer
Production Brent Ryan Green Associate Producer
Production Anthony Jabre Co-Executive Producer
Production Niels Juul Executive Producer
Production Ken Kao Executive Producer
Production Matthew J. Malek Executive Producer
Production Mark D. Rogers Associate Producer
Production Diane L. Sabatini Co-Producer
Production Martin Scorsese Producer
Production Chad A. Verdi Executive Producer
Production Michelle Verdi Executive Producer
Production Tyler Zacharia Executive Producer
Production Ellen Lewis Casting
Art Wen-Ying Huang Supervising Art Director
Art Ding-Yang Weng Art Direction
Art Michael Tsung-Ying Yang Art Direction
Art Wang Zhi-Cheng Art Direction
Art Francesca Lo Schiavo Set Decoration
Crew Laura Calvo Makeup Effects
Crew Chris Lyons Makeup Effects
Costume & Make-Up Noriko Watanabe Makeup Department Head
Crew Kelley Cribben Post Production Supervisor
Production Manu Gargi Unit Production Manager
Production Steve Lionetti Production Supervisor
Production Allison Niedermeier Production Supervisor
Production Diane L. Sabatini Unit Production Manager
Crew G.A. Aguilar Second Unit
Directing David Webb Assistant Director
Art Erica Wei Ju Chang Set Designer
Art Court Chu Conceptual Design
Art Federico Constantini Conceptual Design
Art Benji Cox Set Designer
Crew Scott Keery Property Master
Art Domenico Reordino Painter
Art Wesley Ting Greensman
Crew R. Bruce Steinheimer Special Effects
Crew Daniel Gonzalez Solozabal Compositors
Visual Effects Weldon Huang Visual Effects Coordinator
Crew Victor Paguia Stunt Coordinator
Crew Ricardo Rocca Utility Stunts
Camera Colin Anderson Camera Operator
Camera Ian Bird Grip
Camera Kerry Brown Still Photographer
Lighting Karl Engeler Gaffer
Camera Chris Hansford Grip
Crew Lukasz Jogalla Second Unit Cinematographer
Camera George Anton Grip
Camera Sanjay Sami Grip
Lighting Joe Stick Rigging Gaffer
Camera Zoran Veselic First Assistant Camera
Camera Basil Smith First Assistant Camera
Camera Damian Wyvill Camera Operator
Costume & Make-Up Susan Kulkarni Assistant Costume Designer
Crew Jason Esquivel Editorial Staff
Crew Thomas Kuo Editorial Staff
Crew Ken Lebre Editorial Staff
Production Ito Chang Location Manager
Crew Brendon 'Moose' Boyd Transportation Captain
Crew Guiomar Alonso Other
Crew Nadeem Ashayer Set Production Assistant
Crew Michael Barnes Legal Services
Production Jami Chan Production Coordinator
Crew Nick D'Benedetto Actor's Assistant
Crew Nick D'Benedetto Legal Services
Production Anne Fader Finance
Production Harald Galinski Finance
Crew Lance Julian Other
Directing Jessica Lichtner Script Supervisor
Crew Kanehira Mitani Set Production Assistant
Crew Tim Monich Dialect Coach
Crew Brian Nitzkin Legal Services
Crew Tanoa Parks Production Controller
Crew Tony Smith Security
Crew Eric W. Thompson Legal Services
Crew James P. Warren Other
Camera Rodrigo Prieto Director of Photography
Sound Kathryn Kluge Music
Sound Kim Allen Kluge Music
Visual Effects Ryan Doell Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Alexandra Fahey Visual Effects Coordinator
Costume & Make-Up Dante Ferretti Costume Design
Editing Philippe Majdalani Digital Intermediate
Editing Chad Schermerhorn Digital Intermediate
Sound Randall Poster Music Supervisor
Sound John Schaefer Music Supervisor
Visual Effects Sean Findley Visual Effects Producer
Visual Effects Pablo Helman Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Jason H. Snell Visual Effects Supervisor
Sound Tom Fleischman Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Philip Stockton Supervising Sound Editor
Costume & Make-Up Ellen Meng-Hsuan Lin Makeup Artist
Directing Martin Scorsese Director
Camera David Nichols Key Grip

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