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In Pursuit of Silence

In Pursuit of Silence is a movie starring John Cage, Pico Iyer, and Garry Moore. A film about our relationship with silence and the impact of noise on our lives.

Other Titles
静寂を求めて 癒やしのサイレンス, W poszukiwaniu ciszy, Zeit für Stille, Stræben efter stilhed
Running Time
1 hours 21 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Patrick Shen
Pico Iyer, Steve Orfield, John Cage, Garry Moore
Japan, USA, UK, Taiwan, Germany, Belgium, Hong Kong, China, India
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A film about our relationship with silence and the impact of noise on our lives.

Comments about documentary «In Pursuit of Silence» (21)

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Craig R.

As a filmmaker and a teacher, the movie had a strong and engaging story. I particularly enjoyed the scenes in Africa, especially the scenes in the mountains. The stories were well-told and often amusing. I loved the small details and the information that was conveyed in an easily digestible way. I've seen a lot of documentaries, but this one is definitely one of the best I've seen.

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Frank Thomas

I had heard about this movie and had read the comments that some people had made about it, but I hadn't heard anything about it until I saw the documentary. I'm glad I watched it and I thought it was very good. I really didn't know anything about the story, and I wasn't expecting anything in particular. I thought this was an interesting story, and it's a pretty easy story to tell. I think it's a good thing that there are a lot of people who are talking about this story. There are people who have no idea of what happened and have just had a couple of beers. They have no idea that it's an entire culture, and they are just not going to listen to a story like that. The movie really helped me to understand the whole story. It really is a great movie and it's a lot better than a lot of other documentaries that are out there. I give this 9/10.

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In this powerful and yet humorous documentary, legendary music journalist Harry Lennix goes behind the scenes of "The Sound of Music" and the production of the film in his lifetime. Along the way, he gets the inside look into the music-making process, as well as the creation of the film. We get to know the different people who worked on the film and the kinds of music they were making. We learn that they were trying to bring a sense of morality to the film, and it was the first film to be rated "R" in the US. This documentary is a must-see for music fans, and for film lovers. It's a great look at how the music industry worked during a time when the only people in it were big stars and the people who were in it. Some of the interviews are very interesting. Some are funny. Some are sad. And some are just amazing.

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This is a film about a nun and her battle to save her parish in the midst of the Catholic Church's efforts to cover up the horrific abuse of children by priests in the 1950's and 60's. The movie is compelling and deeply moving. I find it very difficult to watch some of the most horrific scenes in the movie without shaking. This is a powerful story that should be viewed by all. It is a very disturbing story of abuse and the courage of the nun who took on the Catholic Church to help save her parish.

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I saw this documentary in New York City last night. I was impressed with it. I am not familiar with the film, but I did see the film "Citizen X" and found it to be very similar to this film. I think the only difference is the amount of money and time that was spent on the film. It seemed that this documentary was edited very well. I hope this film is shown in colleges nationwide. It is worth seeing.

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Ann Fisher

This documentary is the best film I've seen on the subject of censorship in the movie industry, and what it did for the mind of the viewer. A documentary that not only tackles the subject of censorship in Hollywood, but it also tackles the issues of censorship in general. It's the kind of film that can only be viewed by a film student. It is very informative and leaves you thinking about the issues that you just watched. It's one of those documentaries that has a lot of hidden secrets that are very disturbing and can leave you asking yourself questions about what you just watched. The movie is very entertaining and entertaining enough to keep you interested in what's going on, but at the same time is also very graphic. The performances are very good and the direction is very good. This movie is a must see.

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This movie was a spectacular tribute to the spirit of the greatest actor of all time, Michael Keaton. I have seen this movie many times and it is a brilliant tribute to a legend. I have been a fan of Michael Keaton's since I first saw him in his first movie when I was in the 5th grade. His work in movies like "Death Proof", "The Mask", "American Psycho", and "Planes, Trains and Automobiles" has made me a fan of the greatest actor of all time. This movie is a tribute to his most iconic role, the Mask. If you want to see a masterfully crafted tribute to his iconic role, watch this movie. You won't be disappointed.

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I found this film to be really powerful. I didn't really know what to expect going in but the end result was very surprising. I feel very comfortable with what I have seen, and I also feel very honored by the opportunity to share this with others. This film is very in depth and really explores the effect the past can have on people. People should think about this film and maybe we can change the past. It's not a typical documentary, it doesn't have a lot of the usual camera movement and I think that is the best thing about it. You feel like you are actually there in the film and you really feel like you are watching people who are really affected by the past. They are also really telling the truth. The film is very visual and it is very intriguing. It really helps you understand the film better. The way they edit it is great and it really helps to keep you engaged. The filming was also very great. I really feel like I was in the film and the editing really helped me understand the film better. There were some parts where I felt like I was watching the film in the past but it didn't really make sense, but I am glad that I was able to understand the film better and it helped me understand the film better. Overall, this film is really powerful and I really recommend it.

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Philip Miller

The dialogue between the two leaders was the best I've ever heard. In the middle of a fight, and suddenly one of them says something like "I'm gonna turn the camera on you." It was simply incredible. I've never seen anything like that in a movie. I've seen all kinds of discussions about human rights and genocide. This movie was the most uplifting thing I've ever seen. I was actually on the edge of my seat, as I walked out of the theater. This movie is a must see. Don't miss it!

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I watched this movie on cable and I am glad I did. It is an excellent documentary on the AIDS epidemic that has impacted this generation and has been going on for many years. A lot of people have a hard time understanding the fact that a virus could be transmitted like this in the early 80's. People who don't have AIDS are at the greatest risk and yet they still have a chance of passing on the virus to others. One of the things that I felt was important was the fact that the movie made it clear that they were only interested in the fact that this was not a gay thing. People who are gay were the most likely to get the virus. I also found it interesting that the actors in the movie were all gay men. I felt it was important to have a diverse group of actors who had different experiences and experiences in the same community to be able to tell the story. I felt that they told the story about AIDS in a way that was easy to understand and interesting to watch. I also found it interesting that they showed many of the same things that were going on in the news at the time. This was a very important film and I recommend it to everyone.

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Jacqueline Lawson

A fascinating look at the life and times of a man who had an unusual way of relating to his role in society. The film delves into the passion and enthusiasm that he had for his work and his passion for the way people should act. He wanted to take the world and people out of their comfort zone. He wanted to change them. I would be hard pressed to find a better person to talk to on this topic than Michael Moore. He was a teacher himself and this documentary is really about what the students can do to make a difference in society and the world. I was glad to see this film and I hope people see it and enjoy it as much as I did. You may learn a lot of things about yourself.

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Diana Torres

This documentary will satisfy both the above-mentioned and the curious alike. The central message of the film is that we as a society need to reclaim the past, and that the spirit of love, unity, and compassion that animated the Golden Age of Western Civilization can only be recreated through the process of recreating the silent era. While the themes are universal, the film's execution is far more effective. The narration is done with such expert care and ease that one can almost forget that they are watching a documentary. The strong connections of the children to the historical figures are thoroughly compelling, even if the film is not always clear on the historical aspects of their lives. The focus is on the children, not on the adults, and the children's stories are generally richer than the adults'. The film also presents a critique of the effects of radio and television on children, and the possible dangers of being caught up in a world of technology. The documentary does not shy away from the historical inaccuracies that it tends to focus on. However, this is a film that is well worth watching.

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Samantha S.

One of the most interesting things about this documentary is that it has some very mixed reviews. The main issue is that many critics seem to be making a lot of assumptions about the people and events they describe. The film starts out with a very positive spin on the Mayan civilization, and then as the film progresses the negative reviews begin to pile up. And it's not that the people interviewed are bad or unreasonable, but rather that some of the comments seem to be taking this as a historical document rather than a film. While the Mayan civilization was certainly a civilization, the Mayan people were not really an alien race, and the people interviewed here do not appear to be either. They're people who were in that culture and interacted with that culture. This is the reason that I found the film interesting, and the reason it isn't a waste of time. I think that anyone who's interested in the Mayan culture will find this documentary fascinating. The film is worth watching simply for the interviews with the people who are historians and anthropologists.

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Kenneth Fuller

This documentary was a great reminder of what goes on in the world of music and entertainment. I was shocked to see the number of people who were upset and angry about what went on. This is not a documentary about music, it is about the censorship of music and what is being done to artists and music companies. I think that the people who were upset and scared about this documentary were too emotional about what it could have been like to be in a situation like this. I think that this documentary should have been made a couple of years ago and never been released. The movie was awesome. It could have been better but it was still great. I hope that this documentary will inspire more people to stand up and fight for what is right.

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Dennis Wood

I went to see this movie with a few expectations. Not to be too optimistic, but it turned out to be a very good movie. The main idea that made this movie work is that there are a lot of silences. If you have ever had the experience of making a silence, you will be able to understand a lot of the main points of the movie. Some might find this film boring or boring. Some might find this movie dull or boring. I like it when I have the chance to watch a movie and I like the movie even more when I find it boring or dull. If you do not like to watch a movie, you probably should not watch it. Otherwise, watch it and enjoy the movie. I think it is good to watch this movie and understand a lot of the film, especially if you like the subject of the movie.

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Jose Spencer

This documentary is a must-see for anyone that is interested in the history of Scientology. It is well produced and contains many interesting details. It is not meant to be taken as factual or to be taken as a "gospel" of Scientology, rather, it is an honest attempt to tell the story of the church. The history of Scientology is not well known and is treated as a "childhood memory". It is surprising that the Church of Scientology has not done a better job of marketing this film. It is much better than many documentaries that are produced about Scientology. The documentary is well worth watching.

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Ashley P.

There is nothing in life that is so intense that it can be completely captured in a documentary. I am not a journalist, I am not a documentary maker, I am not a filmmaker. I am simply a person who has a passion for films. That is what makes my name. I have made documentaries for people and organizations, including the Smithsonian Institution. My first documentary was a two-hour film that went through the history of photography, and the development of what we now know as the film industry. The director, Kevin Macdonald, also did a second documentary about the history of photography. The second documentary was about photography, and more specifically the first generation of photographers. I made this documentary, and am proud to say that it was one of the most well-made documentaries I have ever made. It is a great example of the power of a single person's voice. I am proud to be part of this movement and I hope it inspires other people. I am not the only one that believes in this movement. I have been to the Smithsonian and have met a lot of people in the film industry. They have all told me that this movement is real, and this movement is still going on. I have also met a lot of people in the film industry who believe in this movement, and I think that this movement is still going on. I hope that other people can learn from this documentary and follow it. I hope that it inspires people and people can learn from it, as it has inspired me.

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Juan B.

I went into this movie expecting to see a documentary about an intriguing subject, and the movie was a little bit more than I expected. It was a little bit more than I expected. I also went into the movie with some idea that it was going to be the "truth" about these kids, and it turns out that there was more than that. It was more about "the truth", than the "truth" about these kids. It really was an amazing movie, that you really need to see to understand what's going on. It really makes you think about the whole story. If you go into this movie thinking that the kids are just "hiding" because they want to die, you're going to be extremely disappointed. I think that the movie is a little bit too long, but it's still very effective. This is definitely the best documentary that I've seen, and it's definitely worth watching.

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Brittany Fisher

The book "Two Handed Sword" by Jordan Condon is still one of my favorite books. I have read it several times and it has a special place in my heart. So I was very pleased to see that a film version was made. It is a real treat to watch. It is a true story and a very well done film. It is a bit long, but it is absolutely worth the wait. If you want a good historical film, this is the one. I am a member of the ASM and the society is very strong and very involved. It is a very important film to us. My friends and I did not expect the film to be as well done as it was. I would recommend this film to anyone. A perfect film for a rainy day or for a very good night at the movies. A definite 9 out of 10. Thank you for watching.

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Frank Keller

The Beatles' life has been chronicled in a variety of books and movies, but not in such an accessible fashion. Even the concept of the Beatles being scattered and not particularly well-connected is used as an excuse for not doing more. The movie, "Music from the Beatles" (which is a series of interviews with them, with some clips of their early music and interviews from their many gigs), succeeds in making the Beatles' story into something much more engaging. It tells the story of how, at the age of seventeen, they made a break for America. They started their own band, made their first album, became successful, and then went their separate ways. It's a very good movie. It doesn't have any of the time-consuming boringness that is common in documentaries. The movie moves along at a good pace, and is very informative. It's narrated by James "White" Bulger, who is a real life Beatle, and although he is never seen, he is a very credible witness. He's not the most credible person in the world, but he is quite persuasive, and does a good job in conveying the Beatles' attitude towards life. He also does a good job in conveying their relationship to each other, which was rather complicated. His interviews are most interesting, as he gives his opinions on a number of subjects. The film is edited well, and includes some very moving and insightful moments. The movie is quite compelling, and it's quite easy to get into. It's a good movie.

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Craig Kim

I think that this documentary is an amazing tribute to the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. It's about the most important human rights leader of our time. It is extremely well put together, and it is filled with many examples of Dr. King's life and work. It's a must see for any MLK fan, or anyone who wants to know more about the man and his work.