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A family lives an isolated existence in utter silence, for fear of an unknown threat that follows and attacks at any sound.

A terrifying thriller with a surprisingly warm heart, John Krasinski's A QUIET PLACE is a monster-movie allegory for parenting in a world gone very, very wrong. A couple with kids in real life, Krasinski and Emily Blunt here play parents in a world where even the slightest noise can lead to sudden, violent death: Training their children to be self-sufficient without making a sound is as unique a challenge as, well...

  • Director: John Krasinski
  • Country: USA
  • Genre: Drama | Horror | Thriller
  • Year: 2018
  • Run Time: 01:40:00
  • imdb Score: 8.1/10 (51,903 votes)
  • Language: English
  • Rating: Not Rated
  • Cast: Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Noah Jupe
"A QUIET PLACE is completely gripping, and in a film fully reliant on facial communication, exquisitely acted by those amazing kids, and by Krasinski and Blunt, who've never been better."
Chuck Wilson - VILLAGE VOICE

"A QUIET PLACE shreds the nerves, but it does so in a way that feels rewarding. You don’t just walk out having experienced a thrill ride, you walk out on a high, the kind of high that only comes from the best horror movies."
Brian Tallerico - ROGEREBERT.COM

"The film hits all the necessary beats for a straightforward horror film in an eerie post-apocalyptic setting. But it’s more effective as a portrait of four people who have constructed a deceptively peaceful life under the constant, inescapable threat of death. "
Adi Robertson - THE VERGE

"Krasinski gets terrific performances from everyone: It's a convincing family. Which is nice, in a way, despite the ghastliness of the situation."
David Edelstein - NEW YORK MAGAZINE/VULTURE

FESTIVALS

South by Southwest Film Festival 2018